Check out the following file - it contains download links to all previous versions. I was able to roll back from the very unstable 1.8.1 release to 1.7.0.
I also found that SourceTreeSetup_220.127.116.11509.exe was the only 1.7 that I could access.
Atlassian, is there really no actual web page for accessing older versions?
I appreciate the text file list provided by @Shane Triem of older versions (that may have entries that are no longer available), but it seems a kludgy work around to the lack of an actual web page provided by Atlassian that gives clear access to the available older versions.
p.s. Whether Atlassian provides a suitable web page or not, thank you @Shane Triem for providing the link to the text file that you found.
After uninstalling 1.8 and installing 18.104.22.168509, I did notice that Check For Updates did claim that the two newer 1.7.0.* updates were available (even though I could not retrieve either of them directly at their supposed URL).
I did not try to upgrade to either of them, so I don't know if the upgrade would have succeeded. However, since their changes seemed to be primarily about adding extra internal logging, it doesn't seem that there is a strong reason in favor of the 1.7.0 versions newer than 32509.
Interestingly, I just received a survey from Atlassian regarding SourceTree. Yes, I took the time to fill it out. My 3 biggest improvement suggestions:
Now that Atlassian is a publicly traded company, it is important they listen to their users.
Just received notification of a security vulnerability "that exists in SourceTree for Mac starting with 1.4.0 but before 2.5.1 and SourceTree for Windows starting with 0.8.4b but before 22.214.171.124."
Hopefully version 2.5.1 works well enough for you because anything earlier than that is very unsafe. This is considered "a critical security vulnerability", so I would consider that it supersedes other considerations.
I experienced also a lot of trouble after upgrading from a good version (126.96.36.199509) towards the 1.8.x version
the biggest issue (for me) was the complete f*-up in git flow, i've lost an hour getting it up and running again.
(used a workaround via command line for getting my work done and let the program wait until next day)
Thanks to the link https://www.sourcetreeapp.com/update/windowsupdates.txt from Shane Triem
i reverted by uninstalling the 1.8.x version and reinstalling 1.7.0.
i was lucky when i saw my repo config was still there and git flow was running as a charm again.
I'll stick to this version for a looonng time now.
I just "solved" it. I was able to get the previous version (1.8.2) from the link below and install it over the v1.9. So, I am now with the 1.8.2 and didn't not lose my repositories entries (which I think would have happened if I uninstalled it).
The new view I can get used to, but what I can't get used to is;
Needless to say, I reverted to 1.8.1.
Thank you, though, Atlassian for continuing development, but I'll wait for 1.9.3 or higher until I try again.
version 1.9 does not like powershell. Even with the proper encoding and re-encoding to UTF-8.
The preview pane does not display powershell files which is the only reason why I am using soucetree
I reverted to 1.7 which is compatible with windows 10. The new interface did get some time to get used too but until it handles powershell files I will stay on 1.7
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