Yes this is still an issue. In the right-click menu for the branch, the correct tracked remote is shown. If you click this menu item, the correct remote is pre-selected in the push branches dialogue. However, if you use the keyboard shortcut for push (command-shift-P in my case) when it opens the push branches dialogue, it pre-selects 'origin' even though the only branch ticked is one branch set to track a different remote. It feels like if you could skip the push dialogue (which I'd like to do as it's pointless anyway), it would work. Or if there was a keyboard shorcut for that right-click menu, it would also work as you could just hit enter to OK the push branches dialogue.
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