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I have a GitHub repo configured as SSH.
Every time I'm trying to fetch/pull SourceTree keeps asking me for password for git user.
I can cancel the prompt or provide whatever password (even empty) - it accepts it and proceeds with the command.
Is there any way to disable this prompt?
I'm using SourceTree v 4.0.2 on macOS
I've cleaned up preferences in ~/Library/Application Support/Sourcetree,
removed old working copy and cloned new one.
This solved the issue for me
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