sourcetree 1.9.4 preferences for Mac OS Mavericks

Once opened the preference window cannot be closed anymore (i.e. clicking the red button in the upper left corner has no effect) and it appears the settings are not saved, even after restart.

For example I changed the language settings from Japanese to English, but everything remains in Japanese after a restart of sourcetree although the language setting in the Preference window displays "English".

Any help appreciated.

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Hi Henrique,

Many thanks for your help. Actually, the version I had installed yesterday was

But currently I am using 1.9.3 and everything works fine so far. I can close the Preference window and I can change the language settings.

Hopefully, everything will be back to normal in a future version (maybe already



I can confirm that the Preferences window does not close in in Mavericks

Another confirmation, Preferences window for SourceTree does not close in Mavericks 10.9.4

Hi wkinjp,

Please update your SourceTree to version, it fix important bugs of 1.9.4 version including some trouble to close/open some windows on it.

There is also an bug report of the version 1.9.4 that is fixed on the new

Kind Regards,
Henrique Lechner

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