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This is an issue I just ran into when using Git-flow from Sourcetree (MacOS on M1). I used Sourcetree on Windows a few months ago, and this issue was not present. I am unsure if this has to do with the OS or with a change in Sourcetree over the past few months.
I initialized a git-flow repository, chose `acceptance` as my development branch, and created a release. Result: it used `develop` as my development branch, creating quite a bit of work to revert that release.
It seems like my input was disregarded.
I will share a short screen capture showcasing the issue.