Why is there no "git rebase --continue" equivalent in Sourcetree?

If I do a right-click and "rebase current changes onto master" in Sourcetree, and then have conflicts, there seems to be no way to finish the process in Sourcetree. The only way I can figure it out (if and when I remember) is to resolve the conflicts using my external tool (BeyondCompare) then go to the command line and do "git rebase --continue", then go back into Sourcetree and do a force push of the branch I rebased.

Why doesn't Sourcetree have a visual equivalent of "git rebase --continue"?

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Mikael Sandberg Community Champion Jan 23, 2018

Sourcetree has a git rebase --continue, but is sort of hidden under the Actions menu. I agree that it should a more intuitive way of doing it. There are a couple of issues logged for it, here a some that I found when searching: SRCTREE-1643 SRCTREE-2999

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