If the menu option is greyed out then it's usually because the file doesn't exist in the file system. You could have clicked on a line in the log, selected the file and tried to move/rename, but we detect whether the file exists or not. Otherwise, renaming/moving an non-existent file would do nothing.
Check if that file exists in the file system.
Thanks for the swift response!
The file is an existing file and already part of the git repository. I can see it when selecting the "Show Clean" or "Show All" and it shows up in the File Status list (with a green tick icon in front of it).
So it's there. Right clicking on the file gives me a context menu without the possibility to rename/move the file. But when I look in the "Actions" menu can I see the "Move..." action, but greyed out.
Strange. Could you raise a JIRA ticket over at jira.atlassian.com listing all of the details possible, i.e. location of the file(s) that won't move along with some "ls" output from the terminal to show those files in existence just to make sure we've got all of the details necessary. The project on JIRA is SRCTREE for Mac and SRCTREEWIN for Windows. You can link it back here so I can see it unless you assign it to me.
Great, thanks for that Nathan. Right click should usually include it, in the meantime unfortunately you'll have to use the git mv command which is very easy anyhow.
Thanks for the added info.
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