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File > Open Recent shows folder name instead of bookmark / project name

macOS 10.13.4

SourceTree 2.7.4


When looking at File > Open Recent it shows the folder name, ie. "public_html", for example, instead of the name of the bookmark / project. Can this be changed to show the bookmark / project name instead?

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Manju Atlassian Team Jun 07, 2018

File > Open recent shows me the recently opened repositories. Can you add a screenshot if this is not what you are seeing?

This is probably because the name of the folder you have your repo in is named that way. I, on the other hand, have 2 main folders under every project, one is the “stuff” folder, and the other one hosts the actual project files (or web files) called public_html or other. My suggestion would be for the recents to show the name of the bookmark instead, not the folder name of the project.

Manju Atlassian Team Jun 08, 2018

Could you please file an enhancement request on our public issue tracker for the product triage to review and consider?


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