how can I setup multiple BitBucket accounts in sourceTree?

This seems pretty trivial. I have both a personal and a professional account for BitBucket.

Is there a simple way for SourceTree to handle that? I tried adding both my accounts, letting it generate the keys, update the .ssh/config file, etc. But when I select a repository in the list, it populates the url like ssh://git@bitbucket.org/myuser/myproject.git
Tfhis does not work because you need a different hostname for ssh to pick a different key... I have followed the instructions from Atlassian here to setup multiple identities. It has been working for months and I was hoping that the new SourceTree (2.4 (96)) would support this.

Am I missing something or is this just not supported?

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Same problem here. Any ideas?

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