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How to see the corresponding git commands in Sourcetree?

New to sourcetree :-) ….. When I click Sourcetree buttons, a progress dialog pops up and I can click "Show Full Output" to see the associated command-line git commands. But sometimes the command works so fast, there is no time to click Show Full Output. Where can I look to see a record of the git commands that were issued? Thanks.

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There should be an option called "Always display full console output" under Advanced. 

I'm using the Mac version of Sourcetree.

Thanks, but I don't have that in my Sourcetree 3.0.17 on Windows. 

I found Tools > Options > Git > Enable verbose console output.

That makes the output at "Show Full Output" to be more verbose, but I still can't find the darned "console" so I can look at the git commands that execute in fractions of a second.

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