How can I overwrite all my local changes and pull everything on the server to my machine?

Without messing everything up, like last time I tried to work GIT by myself.

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  • Press the big "Discard" button at the top of the SourceTree window and discard all your changes in the dialog that comes up
  • Pull

I'm using Mac, there is no "Discard" button, but there is a "Remove" one? Should I select all my files then click remove, then pull?

On Mac OS it is called "Reset", between "Checkout" and "Stash".

Do NOT "Remove". That will remove files from the repo, and register them as additional local changes.

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