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I've just created a private repository on BitBucket and would like to clone it with SourceTree for my local computer.
I've clicked on 'Clone in Sourcetree' from the Readme file that was automatically created.
That opened up SourceTree and prompts me for the password for 'HeadStudios' (which I assume is the password for my BitBucket account).
However when I enter the password it does not authenticate me.
I even changed my password from my Atlassian account:
And then logged back into BitBucket with the updated password. I even confirmed the username is correct:
So why isn't it allowing me to login?
Hi Kosta! Can you let us know the following so we can help you?:
The instructions in the article Connect your Bitbucket account might help you.
Let us know!
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