Transfered repo has old HTTPS

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I created a repo and transfered it to a team. The SSH link has the new team username in it, but the HTTPS link still has the old username.

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  1. Anonymous

    Marcus,

    I've attached a few screenshots to show that I'm on the greystoneces page and that the URLs for the repo are different for SSH and HTTPS. The main issue I have is that I have forked this repo back to my account, so now both repos (parent and fork) have the same HTTPS address.

  2. Marcus Bertrand

    The https link will show your current login username if you have the ability to operate on that repository. I am seeing what you are, and this is correct. If another user looks at the same repo, they'll see their name there.

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