mercurial: hide closed branches in the sidebar Edited

SourceTree 2.1.2.3 for Windows with a Mercurial repo now shows all my closed branches in the sidebar.  How do I only show active branches?

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Hi

I'm afraid I can't reproduce the behaviour you describe, see the attached image, my closed local branch is not listed in the sidebar.

Have I misunderstood your scenario?

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Here is a screenshot demonstrating the problem.

This is a test repo cloned from elsewhere with hg-flow set up.  There are currently 3 open branches, "default", "develop", and "branch1".  However, the sidebar still shows "feature/branch2".

In my actual repo, the sidebar shows hundreds of old feature branches.

 

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Confirming the same issue since the latest update

I am experiencing the same problem since updating to version 2.1.2.3

2.1.2.4 - problem still exists

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Hi everyone! This issue was reported as a bug at SRCTREEWIN-7189. You can watch that ticket to receive future updates, or leave a comment there. 

Hope this helps!

Ana

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