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Can I make "Fetch from all remotes" unchecked per default?

Currently in certain repos, I never want to "Fetch from all remotes" when fetching. I always want it to fetch from origin only.

But I have to uncheck it every time. And sometimes I forget, and then I need to remember why it fails and I need to do it again and remember to uncheck "Fetch from all remotes".

Sourcetree normally remembers what was checked previously. Like "Fetch all tags", source tree remembers if it was checked or unchecked. But "Fetch from all remotes" is always on per default.

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There is a feature request (which is closed as it's for an older version) which has this tip: 

"FYI you can right-click a remote on the sidebar and use 'Fetch' from there to do selective fetching."

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