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How to use SourceTree behind Proxy Server

Deleted user Mar 27, 2012

Like many other developer I work behind proxy servers. How can I configure SourceTree to use proxy setting on the OS or allow custom preference to specify Proxy Settings.

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Mar 27, 2012

I hope to add a unified option in Preferences to help configure git and mercurial proxy settings in future.

OMG, then make it quick PLEASE. It's been 3 YEARS since your hope started, isn't it?

Yes, looking for this feature as well

Yep, SourceTree is unusable for me too until this feature is added.


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