How to tell the number of files changed in a commit?

In Sourcetree, how can you tell the number of file changes in a particular commit?

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Click on the commit in the Log/History view, and it will show the list of files with changes in the lower left panel.

The tab for the Log/History view is at the bottom of the interface.

Thanks, I know the changed files can be viewed this way. But I have a commit with about 200 changed files. Does Sourcetree show the number of changed files in the commit anywhere?

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