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Can't access all my gitlab projects


I'm quite new to SourceTree and I ran into an issue immediately.

I added my account using a private token with "api" scope checked. Then, only a very small fraction of my repos appear (5 out of 91), only those with a custom path.

For example: my username on Gitlab is "X99". Most of my projects are located under this default path. Some of them are located under a custom path in order to group them. Sourcetree only shows the latter.

Is it a bug or am I missing something?

I'm using the very last version of SourceTree (4.0.2) on macOS Big Sur 11.1.

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@Pierre V  Do you see something in the logs ?

hm...I activated the debug menu from app's preferences, the menu shows...but clicking on the "Open logs folder"has no effect.

I also tried setting the log level to verbose, restarting the luck :(

hm, sad. 

Do you see the something in logs?

or better to use Wireshark and check the response from the server?

I tried using macOS' Console as suggested here . I sure get logs, but hundreds of lines every second, even when logs are set to "Error"...

Oh and should I mention that I use Luke Wait's Gitlab plugin for Alfred. It also uses a token to fetch repo list. But it, contrary to SourceTree, successfuly fetches all the repos. So it's definitely a SourceTree issue.

I scanned through all the logs I got from sourcetree, not a single occurence of "error".

Like Gonchik Tsymzhitov likes this

Let's share the error line, please

As I said, there are no error whatsoever. Pardon me if I'm not explicit enough, english is not my native language ^^

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