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Gitlab sign in Just crashes

Not sure where to post this. Just downloaded the public beta 3.0, and any attempt to use GitLab just seems to make it crash. I try to add an account, then choose gitlab, tried both https and ssh (I have an ssh key in my account on gitlab) and as soon as I type in my username and password it crashes the program.

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Manju Atlassian Team Sep 17, 2018

Could you please file a ticket on our public issue tracker with information such as version, OS, crash logs and relevant steps?

I've done that, but it's pretty basic. Just try to associate a gitlab account. After entering your username and password sourcetree crashes 100% of the time.

Manju Atlassian Team Oct 11, 2018

We have identified the fix and will have an update soon. Thanks for your patience in the meanwhile! 

Using v3.1.2 I still get the crash when trying to add a Gitlab account. When I enter anything in the Windows Security modal that pops up after clicking "Refresh Personal Access Token" and click "OK" (doesn't matter if I leave anything empty or not), Sourcetree crashes.


Note: I already have another Gitlab account active in Sourcetree. 


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