Just updated to source tree 2.3.2 on OSX from some pretty old version. I won't complain about the new toned-down look, but I do complain about not being able to see my diffs.
I select a commit in the main browser. The commit message and such show up in the bottom-left pane. The filenames that are part of this commit are missing, however. In the bottom-right pane I see the diffs for one of the files that was modified in the commit. But: only for one file. Sometimes (for some commits) if I select "tree view" in the pulldown above the commit message I get a second file in the diff pane. Usually not, though.
What am I missing? How do I see the files that were changed in the commit? How do I see the diffs?
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