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How can I specify the SSH key to use for an account?

I'm using Sourcetree with multiple different accounts, for each of which I have a separate SSH key. I'm wondering how I can specify which key to use for which account. In the account settings it only ever shows me ''.

Is there a settings file somewhere that I could modify?

I'm on OSX 10.13.6 with Sourcetree Version 2.7.6 (177).


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I have this question too.  You can hold down option key when you click Generate Key to create a new key. If you have already generated one (like me) and just wanted to selected it.. I don't know either but I would like to.

Looks like this is still not possible

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