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How to go back to an earlier version?

I don't get how to revert changes I made.  My project stopped working so I want to go back to yesterday's version.  I found yesterday's commit in the history and tried both 'checkout' and 'reset master to this commit', but it seemed to leave the files I made today and it still shows unsaved changes.  Is that the way it's supposed to work?  How do I just make it ERASE everything I have now and reload the project from yesterday?


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Mike Corsaro Atlassian Team May 09, 2019

Hello! You should be able to do this by clicking "Discard" and selecting "Reset All". That should remove all pending file changes assuming you have not commited anything on your current branch.

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