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First, the interface looks and feels right on.

Next, when setting up accounts Sourcetree is unable to detect my SSH keys for each Bitbucket and Gir.  Whilst I did learn about adding keys to my local machine (MacOS) keychain (via terminal), upon successive restarts uploads deletion / recreation of accounts within Sourcetree it was still unable to detect these keys.

Next, when going to support the first question asked by the script was to upgrade.  Upon clicking the link I was pushed the following:

403 Forbidden

  • Code: AccessDenied
  • Message: Access Denied
  • RequestId: 33D50A07CE4B0CED
  • HostId: t6Q/tM6sLmCrg1vgBbWbxN9jNKSVMic6hgCJ4PqzFJOLpl9s6dmcvr17vsRsOK/JmY6/MboAKts=

I am available to assist in troubleshooting your issue since Sourcetree appears to be a helpful technology, however until such time Sourcetree is fleshed out I shall remain.

George Brotherston

M: (215) 908-3645

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