I downloaded the trial of SourceTree and as well as a sourcetree.license.xml file after registration. However, the dialog used to import the license file does not allow me to select the downloaded file. Also changing the extension to .plist or .license does not help.
FYI we found a bug in the my.atlassian.com download route if the 'licensed to' name included a non-ASCII (e.g. accented) character. This has been fixed now.
Also 1.3.1 will allow the import of .xml files too, in case your browser renames it from .license based on the content type.
Hi I am also getting problem importing the license file. Even after I renamed the license file to .license in OSX Maverick, the SourceTree gives another error saying my file is invalid. I looked closer and found that I cannot download my license from the "Download your SourceTree license. " link. Hitting the link always returns page not found. Any reasons why?
For completeness: the 'import license' option should allow you to select a .license file (that should have been the default extension anyway). I just tested this here, and '.license' files were definitely selectable in the browsing dialog.
Alternatively, you can drag / drop the license into the registration dialog.
I don't want to start new topic, so I would use this one.
I tried to import license by using an option and drag & drop but when I did it, I get this: 'The file specified is not a valid SourceTree license file. Please pick a valid license'. What should I do with that?
I'm using mac os and this is '.license' file.
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