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Source tree closes itself in mac os High sierra

Source tree closes itself in mac os High sierra

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Yeah we're seeing the same thing. Looks like they have a bug on it: 

https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/SRCTREE-5769

Manju Atlassian Team Jun 06, 2018

We are investigating the crash. There seems to be an issue loading and reading repo avatars. We will soon have an update on this. In the meanwhile, feel free to remove the ImageCache folder under ~/Library/Application Support/SourceTree/

Thanks for your patience! 

Manjunath
Sourcetree Mac Developer

Thanks  I deleted browser.phlist because I did not find Image Cache and it worked , but I don't know how much longer.

When you fix the bug , please send me the notification .

Thanks.

Removing ImageCache does not help me. SourceTree crashes a few seconds after opening. Have not tried restarting my MBP, but skeptical that would help in this instance. Let me know if you need any debug info. Thanks!

Steve you can also try opening SourceTree without a network connection, then deleting the image cache. After I did this, I haven't had the crashing issues and was able to get back to work. 

Thanks for the suggestion @Patrick Bush  I just disabled my network connection, then opened ST, reconnected to the network and checked for updates. Just downloaded the bug fix release 2.7.5. No crashes now. :-)

@Patrick Bush that was the solution , thanks

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