All of a sudden the log view in SourceTree no longer lists the files that were changed in each revision. This is happening on all repos (I have a couple dozen) and in all revisions. It just started after my last commit (which worked fine; I confirmed with the Hg command line tools).
Restarting the app didn't help, so I restarted my entire machine (MacBook Air 2012, OS X 10.8.4), which also didn't help. This has never happened before, but now I can't seem to fix it. I've verified that all my actual repos are fine, so it's definitely just a bug in SourceTree.
Pretty huge bug, though, as it makes the app pretty much completely unusable.
Couldn't find anything on Google or in a search here.
Hi @Kieran Senior [Atlassian], Another customer reported that they encountered the same problem. They are using SourceTree for Mac v2.0.5. They could not resolved it just by reinstalling the app. They resolved it by Wiping SourceTree Preferences as instructed in this page - https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/SOURCETREEKB/Wiping+SourceTree+Preferences
Just wanted to bump this thread, as this is still an issue in version 22.214.171.124 - I had an older version of SourceTree, and upgrading does not fix the problem. (Though Kelvin's solution did solve the problem, sort of? I was somehow able to drag out the file list after doing that)
This is STILL happening to me about once a week in the latest version of SourceTree (v2.4.1, Oct 20th 2017). In the History View, the 'files changed' pane disappears.
The problem seems to be that it minimizes itself. The solution is to drag it back outwards. The issue with that is that SourceTree thinks you're trying to drag the branches list instead. There is literally a ONE PIXEL WIDE area, just to the right of the branches list, that you can grab to enlarge it. It usually takes me about 5-10 tries to get it.
Thanks this was driving me nuts. It is pretty crazy that you have to pull a divider that can't be seen to re-show the file list view. I am on 4.0.2 which is the latest. 2013 to 2020 this issue is still a gotcha. Interesting. It is like a ninja test to see if you can fix the tool you need!
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