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I just setup a new computer with macOS Catalina Version 10.15.1
I am running Sourcetree Version 4.0(232)
When I click the Terminal button on the top right, it always opens the terminal in my home folder and NOT the repository working directory.
I thought it was just a bug with the newer version of SourceTree, but I upgraded my old computer to Catalina and the same version of SourceTree, and my old computer opens the terminal in the correct repository directory. I notice that somehow a cd command takes place immediately after the terminal is launched, but my new computer won't do that.
I have compared settings between the two computers, searched everywhere I can find, and I cannot figure out how to get Sourcetree to change directory in the terminal on my new computer.
It's pretty inconvenient to have to cd manually every time I open a terminal window. Help!
This worked for me:
Thanks a lot. This worked for me. Only took about 2 minutes.
The following steps worked on my Mac.
Worked for me - had the same trouble after I updated to catalina last night
Installed older version 3.x
Ran the open terminal from sourcetree
gave the permission
close source tree
downloaded the latest version
Mac blocked the latest version as un trusted.
Gave the permission via security and privacy setting
Thanks to all those who contributed here to help.