Ok, a bazillion people have posted about this symptom. And they all start with "but I'm different." Well, me too.
I just refreshed my PAT in GitHub and reentered it as the password for my account in SourceTree. Now when I go to clone I can see all my repositories, public and private. But when I select a private one the message shows "This is not a valid source path / URL", and the details say that authentication failed. Here's what I know:
This is on Windows, in case that matters. Stuck!
Ok, I resolved (?) this as follows, adapting one of the password-clearing tips:
And you're back up. My mac configuration did not have this issue, and it's not using a PAT anywhere. It was at OAuth already, which is the main reason I did step 1 to get them consistent.
But it looks like there is a super-double-secret password storage that is invisible and separate from what you see in the Accounts section. Urp.
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