sourcetree follow command?

I don't seem to be able to find a way to "Follow" a file and display all the commits for it. Is this supported? If not are there plans, this would save a large amount of browsing time.


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right-click on the file and select "Log Selected..."

Excellent, thanks Tim.

Log selected only shows the history up to the commit you interacted with. If you want to see the full history you have to track down the most recent commit involving that file or use the command line.

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