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Remove unrelated remotes on push - SourceTree


When I try to push to a remote for a single branch, Sourcetree by default shows all the remotes and sets my local push to all of them. I can't see an example of this ever being useful.

How can I disable this? I want ONLY the branch I am pushing to show up. I've tried clicking the boxes on the side, but there is no instructions on what these even do. 

 This is for mac. I want this to behave the way it does on windows, where it just pushed automatically and does not ask me which branch I want to push to. It should be obvious I think.

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Manju Atlassian Team Jun 21, 2018

These are all local branches that have changes on your local repo. It would be great if you can submit a ticket with all details, issues you see and recommendations on

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