How to easily see the directory of my local repository?

There are two places where I would like to be able to easily see the directory of a local repository, but cannot.

  1. The local repositories overview.
  2. An already opened repository.

My workaround now is to click the 'Explorer' button on an open repository, and see what directory is opened.

Is there an easier way, or should that be a feature?

Otherwise I am quite happy with SourceTree, especially since version 2.

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Hi Sander, thanks for your feedback :) AFAIK there's not an easier way to find the directory of a local repository. We have a feature request for a similar functionality, you can find it at SRCTREEWIN-7226. You can vote for it, write a comment or submit a new one by clicking on Create.

Hope this helps!

Ana

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