How to reproduce:
-On windows start Source tree
-Click on Clone/New
-Paste a Git Repo URL on the destination then click on the Destination path Textbox
-The authenticate form will show up
-Fill in a WRONG username (In my cas it was an invalid email address)
-Provide a password and check remember
-Find out it was not the right email address by clicking on Login....
Now every time I try to clone the same repo the authenticate Form shows up with the WRONG email address grayed out. I can only provide a different password. I cannot change the Username!!!!
I try to restart Source tree, UNInstall Source tree, but all previous settings stay and the Invalid Email address is still there after a full Uninstall/Reinstall....
How can I remove this and provide another Username?
Thanks for the help
Actually I found the solution!
In the source tree installation folder (in my case it was under "C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\Local\Atlassian\SourceTree") there are two files named "passwd" and "userhosts". There your bad names are saved. I closed SourceTree, deleted those two files, restarted SourceTree and then the fields were blank again =D
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