Fetched files have "last modified date" of fetch time instead of real last modified date. Is there an option for this?

Hi,

When I use SourceTree to fetch a git project, all the files have the last modified date set to the time of the fetch, while it would be way more useful for me to have the real last date modified, the one that can be found on the git repository.

In the past I used a similar software and it was possible to change this settings. Is there a similar option in SourceTree?

if not, could that be a valid new feature request  ?

I'm using WIndows 8.1 and SourceTree 1.6.14.0

thanks for your help

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Thanks for your answer Timothy, I guess I will adapt to this reality!

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