How to view all files from my local branch within SourceTree?

I want to see all local files in my branch, not just files with changes. Possible?

Thanks in advance.


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You can change the filter at the top of the lists to 'Show All' instead (and use the search box to quickly find what you're looking for).

Is it possible to set this view as the default? It seems to default back to Show Pending whenever I open the application. Cheers

Is that feature still available in 2.0.3? I can't see that filter at the top of my file list.

Choose File Status tab (at bottom) > All files (at top) > tree view.

I know this question is old, but it seems that you have to have a uncommitted change to switch to all files.  Is there a way to do this without a uncommitted change? 

I'm currently on version 2.0.19 and you can see all files for the current checkout by going to Working Copy under FILE STATUS on the left side and the selecting All from the dropdown at the top.

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