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SourceTree Mac - OAuth - cannot push

I'm trying to use SourceTree for Mac to work with GitHub.

I setup the OAuth account, but it cannot push any changes.

This is probably because the only permissions that SourceTree for Mac requests is to read public information.

SourceTree for Windows works fine however, and it requests a lot more permissions.

The only workaround is to change back to basic authentication with a Personal Access Token. Which is deprecated.

So can we get this fixed?


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