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Am I the only one with the dreaded all-files commit list?

It seems like I'm having to reload SourceTree AT LEAST 5 times a day, which as you know is a multi-step process (close, wait, open, wait, pageant login, switch tab, recover where you left off mentally). 

 

Every now and then, sourcetree decides to list every f**king file in the entire repo inside every historical commit made. So no matter which commit you pick in the list, it shows an ungodly list of files that have nothing to do with the commit. 

So you can't review the commit at all. You have to restart the app. 

 

JUST CURIOUS. Am i the only pissed off person? Or am I simply the only person period?

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minnsey Atlassian Team Oct 22, 2018

Hi

Would you be able to add some screenshots to help us narrow down what you are seeing?

Is this in the log view? If so is the behaviour you are seeing the equivalent of selecting all the rows in the log view and therefore having all files listed and diffed in the commit details pane?

I'll be honest I've not seen this before but we can try and investigate

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