The one and only feature that I switch to other Git Clients for (either Git Extensions or Git Fork, but I think others support this too), is the ability to click on an arbitrary commit in the log and browse the directory structure and files of the project at that point in time. Both the above-mentioned Git clients have a "file tree" view which does this. SmartGit is very close in that in the 'files' view, I can click on icons 1 and 2 in the screenshot below. However, the listing is also showing files in subdirectories. Ie. When I click on 3, I don't want to see the files in the red box.
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