Commit dialog seems to have 3 ways to be opened:
which currenlty behave like this for me:
1. Mouse click on "Commit" button
Opens commit dialog using whichever view was used last, "Split view staging" or "No staging". Does not make any changes to staged/unstaged files unless explicitly stage/unstage files/hunks/lines.
I prefer the "Split view staging" -view, so this button gives me a dialog I like. However I'm a keyboard shortcut addict and it feels cumbersome having to use the mouse..
2. SHIFT+CTRL+C (Commit All)
Opens commit dialog using whichever view was used last, "Split view staging" or "No staging". Also auto-stages ALL unstaged changes. (I see them jump from unstaged to staged right after commit dialog opens)
So this gives me my preferred staging view, however it autostages unstaged changes which is extremely annoying as I have to unstage the changes I don't want to include in my commit.
3. SHIFT+ALT+C (Commit Selected)
Opens commit dialog using "No staging" -view.
I don't use this because I prefer the "split view staging" -view.
How do I get a keyboard shortcut for #1 ?
I.e same as #2 but without the auto-staging. I actually used to have this, and believe it was shortcut #2 (but not sure as I don't actually remember many keyboard shortcuts but rely on motor memory..)
If it was #2 then autostaging got switched on for me yesterday, and it's been driving me nuts ever since. I have not been able to find a setting for turning it off.
I'm on SourceTree version 220.127.116.11
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