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I messed up my GitHub repository and just want to start over. I'd had SourceTree 1.9 installed on Win 8.1, removed it via add/remove programs, deleted by messed up repository, removed the Atlassian program data.
Downloaded SourceTree 2.1.25 and, upon install, it still shows that messed up repository. I also went through the registry, removing all references to either Atlassian or SourceTree.
What additional settings do I need to remove to start over with a fresh installation?
Hi Cindy! Can you try the following steps:
Let us know if this helped!
This helped me! I had issues connecting with any of my Bitbucket accounts from Sourcetree when trying to pull / fetch / clone. Looked at different forums for hours, but couldn't get it to work. Decided I would just reinstall source tree from scratch, which didn't work until I actually followed the above steps and cleared the source tree preferences. Thanks a lot!
I encountered the same problem but my sourcetree is installed on college own computer and my account is a network account. I can't find any of the files you suggested need deleting. Can anyone help me find all those files on a networked account? Or maybe is there another way to clean uninstall?
Is there a way to completely uninstall? This is poor.
I tried removing those folders but it still kept my accounts. Any way to really remove them? I have weird phantom accounts the latest version of sourcetree is using as default 'generic accounts' every time I restart it. Are they in the registry? Thanks!
This info got worked, issue got resolved.
As of 03/26/2020 - To COMPLETELY uninstall & reinstall SourceTree v3.3.8 on Windows 10:
Why don't you alert the user of any of this?
why is installing completely opaque and shows nothing UX-related to the user?
UININSTALLING shows nothing to the user!
Why do I have to delete a AppData/Local folder to actually reset the settings YOUR guys' code passively breaks while minimized?
How can this mature software backed by Atlassian be so horrendous?
Do you realize how simple it is to give this BASIC info to your users so they don't spend time chasing their tails?
Do your jobs.