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Add feature for Graphical treeview #1939

ghost opened this Issue Jun 8, 2017 · 1 comment


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ghost commented Jun 8, 2017

Please summarise the issue in the title, and then use the template below to
fill out the details so we can reproduce the issue on our end.


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[Description of the issue]


What version of GitHub Desktop are you running? This is displayed under the
About GitHub Desktop menu item. If you are running from source, include
the commit by running git rev-parse HEAD from your local repository.

GitHub Desktop version: [version here]

The operating system you are running on may also help with reproducing the

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  • If you are on Windows, open Command Prompt and attach the output of this
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niik Jun 8, 2017


Hey @atlabiz, this is being discussed in #1634, please follow along there!


niik commented Jun 8, 2017

Hey @atlabiz, this is being discussed in #1634, please follow along there!

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