I've entered my account correctly here: http://cl.ly/0K1N0Y0S010i2q1L170j
But every time I try to push to a repo on my account, SourceTree prompts for a password using a different (incorrect) username: http://cl.ly/3Z270g3J2s1a203y2K0J - yielding this error: http://cl.ly/1c3D0s0z1G0d0n381E2v
Why does it keep asking for "robbie" instead of "superstrong", and how do I fix it?
That password prompt is actually not from the 'hosted projects' API call, it's from an actual git call (the prompts are slightly different because of the way the authentication has to be hooked in), which means it's getting that username from a remote URL that's configured in one of your repos. The remote URLs that you have set up in your repos can be different to the one you have set up for the hosted projects window, because remote URLs are completely free-form. So please check the 'Settings' option (top right on the toolbar) for the repo you're interacting with, I'm guessing it either has 'robbie' in the URL or no username at all and is defaulting to that. You shoudl then be able to fix it by correcting the URL.
I'm having my repo set up to different remotes, bitbucket and github. The usernames for each account are different, yet sourcetree is prompting me to log in to github's remote with bitbucket's username (the username is grayed out). The usernames are correct under remote settings though.
Thanks in advance!
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