I a bit curious, I have sourcetree 3.1.3 installed after the app suggested an update.
However on the website is only version 3.1.2. How come, I would expect it to be the same version as suggested for update?
This is a bit ridiculous. As of today, the official Sourcetree web site still only allows download of the Sourcetree version 3.1.3 for Windows. And yet, the latest available version that I can get via Tools -> Options -> Updates -> Check For Updates button is 3.2.6
I have two PCs. One was checking for and able to apply updates OK. It just got updated to V3.2.6 today. But the other PC was stuck on V3.1.3 and wouldn't update.
So what could I do ? I couldn't use the built-in update mechanism because it was broken for some reason, and the Sourcetree web site link only gives me V3.1.3.
The solution ?
Hover over the download link, then copy and paste the URL into the browser address bar. Then change it from
And that gives me the setup program for the Sourcetree V3.2.6 version that I need
Exactly why Atlassian is doing such a crazy thing is beyond me. There is no good way to EVER know that "100% of users" (however that is being tracked) have updated their Sourcetree applications on all their machines. We have a properly licensed and under-maintenance version of Bitbucket running on in-house servers and we just want to get the latest Sourcetree client. Why make it so hard for us and everyone else ???
I had to go back to 3.1.3 after experiencing problems with push similar to
The dark mode is nice though.
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