How to change the default clone command to get progress output?

The default command while cloning a git repo via SourceTree is something like

git -c diff.mnemonicprefix=false -c core.quotepath=false clone --recursive https://github.com/My/Repo.git C:\dev\MyRepo

Since SourceTree has an option to view the command output and I believe that Git's clone command has a flag to see the clone progress (% of completeness) I ask you guys:

How can I change the default clone command used by SourceTree so I can customize it and get progress output?

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Could you guys at least say "No, it's not possible" or whatever?! Gee

Hey,

This is already on the roadmap for future versions, it's been there for quite a while but there wasn't enough interest to prioritise it.

Just as a sidenote, if you want to log feature requests for SourceTree in the future you can log them directly to us developers via jira.atlassian.com project SRCTREE.

Thanks! :)

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