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I want to reset to a previous commit, I select the commit I want to go back and right-click on it and choose Reset to current branch option, I choose mixed and my local branch resets itself to my target commit but still, the remote branch is on the latest commit.
here is a picture that demonstrates the situation.
How can I simply go back to whatever commit I want? I could not find useful info, they were either deprecated or incomplete.
Hi @shayan ebrahimzadeh ,
Welcome to the community!
Please check out this documentation https://confluence.atlassian.com/sourcetreekb/reset-branch-to-a-commit-788730897.html
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