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store only one password using keychains on Mac

I can store only one password for a repo when cloning with ssh. When cloning the second repo, it will always prompt to ask for my password and store it into keychain. But it always fails to store it.

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Jun 05, 2019

Hi @Hao Raphael,

Our apologies for the hiccup with authentication; unfortunately I don't have a quick fix beyond making sure the SSH key is loaded into the agent with ssh-add ~/.ssh/your_key from the command line. There are some known issues in the overall architecture and it's going to be thoroughly reviewed in a future update to clear up the bumps for folks.

Brian Ganninger
Principal Developer, Sourcetree

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