Change default commit mode

Is there a way to change the default commit mode? Every time I hit commit, I have to change the commit mode from "Commit all changes from selected files in the working tree" to "Commit changes staged in the index".

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The default commit mode is based on whether you're using the staging features (the split view in the File Status tab); if you're using staging, SourceTree assumes you want to commit that way too. If you're not, then SourceTree defaults to the 'commit all' mode.

To control whether you use staging, open Preferences > Git and toggle the 'Use the staging area' option.

Hope that helps!

Perfect. Changing my view did the trick. Thank you so much!

I can not find this option in my SourceTree 1.8.3.0

Was it moved somewhere?

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