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Git Authentication - no 'Connect' button

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PunkUnicorn
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Git Authentication - no 'Connect' button

I'm trying to connect to my Azure DevOps git repository. I've achieved this before, but after updating recently (to 3.6.0) I can't see the button labeled 'Connect'.

This is how the form is presented to me. It makes no difference if I enter my username and password, there's still no Connect button.
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What am I doing wrong, or, how do I get the connect button to show? 
Thank you 🙂

 

Edit update: Seems like the connect button is on the form but hidden (bug). Pressing tab, to change the current control focus, then spacebar will apparently click the hidden connect button. This is what my colleagues did to get round this. I worked round this a different way; by cloning from git command line then attaching to a local repository.  

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sonya_m
Community Manager

Re: Git Authentication - no 'Connect' button

Hi @PunkUnicorn !

Thank you for posting a workaround here, let me mark it as a Solution 

 

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Seems like the connect button is on the form but hidden (bug). Pressing tab, to change the current control focus, then spacebar will apparently click the hidden connect button. This is what my colleagues did to get round this. I worked round this a different way; by cloning from git command line then attaching to a local repository.  

 

 


Sonya Mihaljova
Community and Education Specialist

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sonya_m
Community Manager

Re: Git Authentication - no 'Connect' button

Hi @PunkUnicorn !

Thank you for posting a workaround here, let me mark it as a Solution 

 

>>

Seems like the connect button is on the form but hidden (bug). Pressing tab, to change the current control focus, then spacebar will apparently click the hidden connect button. This is what my colleagues did to get round this. I worked round this a different way; by cloning from git command line then attaching to a local repository.  

 

 


Sonya Mihaljova
Community and Education Specialist

Did my reply answer your question? Give Kudos or Accept it as a Solution to help others. ⬇️⬇️⬇️

View solution in original post

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