I can't see the diff. It incorrectly says "No changes in this file have been detected"

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Have you tried increasing the size of the files supported in the Diff settings tab? It may be too large for preview based on the defaults.

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Hi

Ultimately Sourcetree relies on the 'git diff' command for that information. Typically you will see that if the file is binary or encoded as something other than ASCII.

You can see what git thinks the diff is by opening the Terminal and running git diff against that file. See https://git-scm.com/docs/git-diff

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