SourceTree commit single file

As of SourceTree 1.9, there does not seem to be an easy way to commit a single file. In version 1.8 you could right click on a file and commit an individual file, but the feature is gone in 1.9.

The only way I can see to commit a single file out of a bunch of changes is to unselect all of the checkboxes, tick the checkbox next to the file I want to commit and then commit normally.

What happend to the right-click Commit option? I can Log, Blame and Reset an individual file via right click, but not Commit.


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Try reading through this blog post about the main changes in 1.9, and see if the description there help you make things more efficient. In particular, I wonder if restoring the staging area would remove the need to uncheck files.

I see from the comments in the blog post that you mentioned, I am not the only one who finds the new workflow confusing. Using the staging area was a good suggestion. Thanks.

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