Since the last update to 188.8.131.52, SourceTree on startup displays the following error:
"SourceTree detected the following invalid Dictionary file references. These are known to cause performance issues. Do you want to remove these invalid dictionaries?"SourceTreeSpellCheckerError.png
No file references are actually displayed. I've clicked both Yes and No multiple times on startup, but each ensuing startup displays the same error message.
I've disabled spell checking in the Tools-Options, which hasn't helped. I've looked in the SourceTree install directory but see nothing resembling dictionaries that might be susceptible to editing. Any other ideas welcome.
I've had the same problem for about the last couple weeks. Didn't really cause any trouble, just caused me to have to dismiss the dialog.
But today, it has started crashing on startup instead.
As best I can tell (from the sourcetree.log file), it's getting a NullReferenceException exception while trying to call ShowNotificationDialogWithYesConfirmation method in Source.Configuration.WpfSpellCheckPreFlightCheck.Run().
I've tried deleting the custom dictionary (RoamingCustom.dic). That did nothing.
So now SourceTree is totally unusable.
I looked in the log
My problem was the custom dictionary C:\Users\sjsobol\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Office\16.0\d668cc87\Proofing\RoamingCustom.dic
After deleting it, I ran SourceTree and actually saw the path to the .dic file listed in the Invalid Directories dialog. Clicked yes, problem was gone.
That was a few minutes ago. Don't know when/if it's going to start again, but I have some thoughts:
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