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Frequent crashes in SourceTree on Mac OS 10.15.7 after upgrading to 4.1.2

I recently upgraded to the newly released SourceTree 4.1.2 on my MacBook running Catalina 10.15.7. The app now frequently crashes, several times per day. This didn't happen prior to the upgrade. Is there a known issue in the latest release?

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I see version 4.1.3 has just been released with this in the release notes:

Application crashes when perform push/pull/rebase action after Sourcetree was working for hour

Fingers crossed!

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This looks to be the same as this answer:

Steps are:

  1. Uninstall Sourcetree
  2. Delete ~/Library/Application\ Support/Sourcetree
  3. Reinstall Sourcetree

Maybe you can just get away with closing Sourcetree and deleting it's application support directory 🤞

Thanks @David at David Simpson Apps . I'll try just deleting the folder first and see if that works. Would be nice to have someone from Atlassian comment on all this, if they're around. Seems like they should have plenty of info on the problem from the crash reports they're presumably receiving through the Apple system.

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