Where is git-blame in SourceTree

I’d like to see who contributed which line/change to a file. git-blame does exactly that. So does SourceTree have a git-blame view?

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    Select a file, whether in the ‘working copy’ display or in the ‘commit’ display, and do one of three things:

    1. option-command-B
    2. menu bar :: Actions :: Blame Selected…
    3. contextual menu :: Blame Selected…

    If the file you want to blame is not in the modified files list, you need to change the view to File Status View (View –> File Status View), then set the Sub menu to “Show All”

    Show All on OSX

    1. Switch to the history view and select a commit that has the file you would like to blame.
    2. Right-click the file name and select Blame Selected.

    Alternatively, you can right-click a file in the working tree or that has been staged and do the same thing.

    Right click the file-> Blame selected.
    You can find writer of Each line .
    Trick: Make a minor change like adding a space in the file you want to find the file easily(File Status) in Source tree.

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