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SourceTree remove remote branches options on push Edited

When I push a branch all the previous remotes I've pushed to show up, as if I would want to push my branch to all these remotes. How do I remove all of these options except for the one I want?

 

I've tried leaving the `-` sign, removing it, adding and removing the checkmarks. When I reopen this panel, all of these options are still there. How do I get it down to a single remote? And have it not remember all the previous remotes here?

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SourceTree remove remote branches options on push 

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Manju Atlassian Team Jun 05, 2018

Are these local branches that haven't been pushed to remote? Or branches that are tracked but have local commits that need to upstream?

They are local branches, with their own remotes, with no current un-pushed local changes. Both local and remotes are still in use so I don't want to delete them.

If try and push from say develop to its remote, the prompt from the photo appears, with the remotes to all those other branches. 

I have already accidentally push a branch to the wrong remote because of this

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