Cannot commit multiple files in Mac GitHub Desktop

Since updating my the macOS version of GitHub Desktop to 2.6.6, I can no longer commit multiple files. If I select a single file, the “Commit to master” button is active, but if a select one or more additional file to commit, the button becomes disabled. (See attached screenshots.)

I am running macOS High Sierra 10.13.6 and have verified this behaviour on two different Mac laptops.

@splorp when selecting multiple files you need to enter a commit message in the Summary (required) text box. Git requires a commit message for commits, and with only one file selected GitHub Desktop pre-fills the commit message. I hope that helps!

Hoo, boy.

I’ve been using this app since day one and I don’t think I’ve ever noticed that behaviour before. It makes perfect sense, though. I must have been adding a commit message prior to selecting files from the list of changes prior to thinking this was a UI issue.

Thanks for pointing out this obviousness. :rofl: