Every time I start Sourcetree it always brings up the dialog that my user settings have become corrupt and must be repaired. Literally every time.
It will not let me start the program until I re-initialize my starting profile. When I look into the user.config file, the xml appears to be truncated mid-setting (specifically the MainWindowHeight setting) and is followed entirely by 7677 whitspace characters.
Has anyone experienced this? How do I get sourcetree to stop corrupting the config file?
This happens to me a lot as well -- any time Sourcetree quits abnormally (like when Windows decides to force an update and kill all your work when you're not around). My workaround on Windows 10 has been:
* After you have reset things and fixed up your Sourcetree preferences, make a backup of your current user.config file. On Windows 10 it's located at: C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Local\Atlassian\SourceTree.exe<random_string>\<version_number>\user.config
* Save that user.config file somewhere else on your hard drive
* Next time you get the "Sourcetree user settings must be repaired" error, copy that saved file back into C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Local\Atlassian\SourceTree.exe<random_string>\<version_number>\user.config to replace the corrupted file.
Sourcetree should run again after that.
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