Based on a suggestion from another user:
I tried upgrading the Embedded Git used by SourceTree
(Tools => Options => Git => Update Embedded Git)
And after that, my Push Dialog showed all the branches once again.
To avoid such problem in the future, SourceTree upgrade process should detect version of Embedded Git and notify user when the Embedded Git also needs to be updated
However, there still appears to be problems with the Push Dialog:
Push Dialog should show my recent local branch as available to push to remote
Push Dialog does not show my recently created local branch
In my case upgrading the embedded version of git solved the issue, but I had to switch to actually use the embedded version since I was using the system git at 2.13.1. Updating the system git also worked. So apparently you need to update to git >2.13.1
I can't reproduce the issue reported by @Phileo99 in his update, neither with the embedded git nor the system git. However when I click the local branch to push, it doesn't show the new branch name in the remote branch column like it used to do with earlier versions. The push works however, and after pushing, the name is shown on subsequent pushes.
I found some related bug reports:
It looks like the entire push menu doesn't work correctly for some time. Initially, I no longer had auto-completion for remote names of untracked branches (3.2.5). Then, in 3.2.6, this happened.
I have exactly the same issue. This occurred sometime after the automatic update to 3.2.6, although it had been working fine for a few days after the update.
Pushing via the command line still works, and all of my remote branches appear, but no branches show up in the Push window. Fetching does nothing. The same problem affects all of my remote accounts, both on Bitbucket and GitHub.
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