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source tree not saving password ?

I'm running current Sourcetree on Mojave.


I have a repo I'm cloned locally, and every time I push a change up it always prompts me for the password even though I have checked that it should save it in my keychain.


Any idea?

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Manju Atlassian Team Nov 07, 2018

Have you added the account in Sourcetree? If not, can you please check if adding it helps?

It's for an internal git deployment. So, I don't think I can do that.


Basically have several git/github deployments. All my other ones never ask for my password, this one appears to always ask.

And for what it's worth, no issues using command-line.

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