Keyboard shortcut for commit?

I like SourceTree, but I can't find any keyboard shortcut for commit. Is there one?

Thanks, Josh

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Hi Josh,

This is a repository action, so you can see the keyboard shortcut from the "Repository" menu "Commit All..." which is shift, cmd, and 'C'.

Cheers

Thank you! I only searched in the "Actions" menu.

Is there a shortcut to click the commit button in the commit dialog? It can't be enter since we are in the commit message text box.

Why in earth did you go and change the behaviour of Ctrl+Shift+C from "Commit" to "Commit All"?!?!?

I'm used to pressing the combination to enter Commit screen. Now I've more than dozen times messed up carefully staged commits by the pressing the combination which simply stages everything without asking.

And because you cannot change the mapping, I'm kind of stranded, needing to often redo staging again.

In short: do not go and change the behaviour for shourtcuts unless you provide way to reconfigure.

Having same trouble with ctrl+shift+c remapping to `commit all`. With v2 of SourceTree this does get frustrating when I press the keys I am used to and have all my staged status reset.

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