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5. Commit your change. `git commit -m 'a message about what you changed'`. The change are applied to your local git repo.
6. Push it to your `origin`. The `origin` is your repo which is hosted on github. `git push --set-upstream origin your-branch-name`.
7. Sync with the `upstream` repo, the real x64dbg repo. `git remote add upstream https://github.com/x64dbg/x64dbg.git`, using `git remote -v` will show which origin/upstream are setup in the local repo.
8. Sync your fork with the `upstream`, `git fetch upstream`. Now checkout in the master again `git checkout master` and merge the upstream `git merge upstream/master`.
8. Sync your fork with the `upstream`, `git fetch upstream`. Now checkout your local `development` branch again `git checkout development` and merge the upstream `git merge upstream/development`.
9. Time to create the pull request! Using the github ui, go to your account/repo, select the branch you already pushed, and click `Pull request`. Review your pull request and send it.