This toolbar provides a launcher for functionality within TortoiseGit.
Installing the lightweight toolbar will allow access to these common source control functions from anywhere in Visual Studio, allowing you to quickly hit a shortcut or click a button to launch Commit, Push, Pull, Log, Resolve or Bash windows.
This toolbar simply launches TortoiseGit commands. Further integration with Git is not planned - for more complex usage scenarios you should take a look at the Visual Studio Tools for Git.
Source, issue discussion and pull requests on GitHub: TortoiseGitToolbar
2) You may need to manually enable the toolbar in Visual Studio: Views -> Toolbars -> TortoiseGit
You can opt into these default shortcuts by removing the default shortcut for CTRL+G (Go To Line) via Tools -> Options -> Keyboard -> Edit.GoTo -> Remove.
Solution level shortcuts:
Currently opened file shortcuts:
By clicking the dropdown arrow next to the toolbar and selecting `Add/Remove Buttons`, you can check/uncheck different commands to create your own customised list. For example, if you rarely use the TortoiseGit rebase UI, you can easily hide it from the toolbar.