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Sourcetree 3.2.6.3544 (25.09.2019) crashing while making a commit or pulling data

Guys, I sent to you since maybe august reports and crash dumps generated by software, and still no updates or changes related to crashes in SourceTree 3.2.6.3544

 

Can you please tell me:

1.) have you received crash dumps in the last months from your built-in crash manager thing inside the SourceTree?

2.) If you have received it, why there are no updates that fix these crashes?

 

I won't switch source tree because I'm using the tool for a long time, but I can't work normally with UI at all because of an infinite amount of crashes while making a commit while pushing data and so on. 

 

 

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Mike Corsaro Atlassian Team Sep 25, 2019

Hello!

 

You can fix this issue by setting a username and email address in the Options menu (be sure to check the "Allow Sourcetree to modify your global Git and Mercurial config files" setting too).

You should see your username and email set on the commit screen:

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