Not sure what I did but I have a remote on the left that was tracking fine (showing up on the right and how far behind it was the current branch) but now it doesn't show up on the right at all. How do I get this working again?
Everything is showing fine in the branch list on the left - it all looks normal there. On the right in the commit message list - I am no longer seeing one of my remotes. I see my origin/prodiction (1 behind) but not my staging/production. The problem is I can no longer see what commit staging/production is at in Sourcetree.
Thanks, the remote in question (staging/production) is a deployment server - the only changes to that server are pulled from origin. So no one is making changes on that remote. Again, the remote is not missing - it appears on the left in the tree just fine. The problem is it isn't showing in the commit list on the right - so I cannot see what commit is was left on.
"It shows up perfectly on the left". Just to make sure I understand you clearly, this is what I would expect to see on the left.
To summarize, if things are all working as expected, "production" (it sounds like that is the name of your branch) should be listed in at least 3 different places.
If you are seeing everything described in the left panel, you have "Show remote branches" checked (I assume you do since you see origin branches), AND the staging branch is not listed in the graph, then it sounds like you've found a bug, and should visit support.atlassian.com.
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