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Several unresolved problems on macosx

Hello

I use SourceTree 2.6.3 on MacOsX 10.13.1 . I like this great software and wish to thank Atlassian team to provide it for free.

On my mac, there are 3 unresolved problems that become more and more painful :

1) Launch

When I launch SourceTree, the window does not appear. I relaunch it or click on the dock icon, then the window appears. (this is true at every launch)

2) Size

Sometimes, (about 30%), when I launch sourcetree, the list of repositories has its items very big, and when I open one reposity, the window position and size is not good. I relaunch sourcetree and all get fine.

3) update

On several git archives, not all, not always, When I open the archive and commit changes, the number of remaining commits does not change in the repositories window. I have to restart sourcetree to see the change. The status of uncommited changes in reposities lines is very important to me.

I would be very grateful if all this problem could be solved.

Thanks.

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