How can I roll back to older source tree version?

Why did you send me a mail, recommending me to upgrade? Didn't you know that this version 1.8.2.2 doesnt work (at least on windows)?

It does not detect new files in the repo!

Maybe now is the right time to move to command line git!

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Hi Frode!

This has been discussed before and some already found a solution to roll back to older source tree version, you can check out this link to see the discussion:
https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/290155/restore-older-version-of-sourcetree

Hope this answer helps, and I wish you a good day!

Warm regards,
Ezra A. R. A. 

I'm now using 1.8.2.0 on Windows, which seems to have resolved the problems that I had with 1.8.1. I just added a new file to a repo on Windows 10 and it worked fine. I also have the stage hunk/line buttons back, and the diff preview works when you click on the file in the log view.

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