yesterday at my colleagues computer I first noticed this phenomenon, and now I see the same thing in my Sourcetree (Using Mercurial as VCS):
Before this, if I had any changes to the currently active revision, sourcetree showed a grey line above the others in the log view (Log View uncommitted line feature) which I could choose and then see which changes Mercurial was picking up.
This doesn't seem to happen anymore. I can see the changes in the File Status view but no longer on the log view, which is a shame, because I was able to have an overview over almost everything on one screen which I liked.
Also this is pretty irritating because at first it feels like I didn't do the changes I just made / did them in the wrong directory / Mercurial is not picking up my changes or what have you.
So, is this planned and wanted behaviour or a hiccup or has it something to do with my configuration (or my wetware)?
Thanks and best wishes, Sourcetree is an awesome tool, thanks a thousand times and all the best in the world to you.
This hasn't been removed in 1.5.6 or 1.5.7, in fact I just used it myself on a hg repo only yesterday!
More details about the setup might help, and perhaps it's an auto-refresh thing, you could try hitting Cmd-R in the log view to force a refresh un case it's that.
Okay, it worked the same way as I described again for me now too...
It's not a refresh thing, I'm quite sure, I Pressed Cmd+R and used the menu to refresh as well in both instances.
But for now it seems to work, thank you, if I can see any other occurrence of this I'll add another comment here.
Thank you and best wishes
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