GitHub integration for referring commits

Hi,
I have setup the github integration and everything went smoothly. The hooks appear in github with a green checkmark which means it is ok.

I wanted to configure it so I can just link issues and commit, I don't need the command thing.
Example of commit : #SERV-123 Change font

Sadly it doesn't seem to work. I have just migrated to YouTrack and being able to link an issue and a commit is to me the very basic of an issue tracker.

How can I debug that?

Thanks
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Hello Tibo,

Please, use the format guided here:
[some comment text] #issueID <command_1> [command_2] ... [command_n]

Thank you.
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Does that mean I HAVE TO provide a command??
As I say in my post, I don't want to apply any command, I just want my commits to be linked with my issue and that's it.
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Tibo,

No, you haven't. Just use
[comment] #issueID
prettyPrint(); pattern. In your example comment places next to #issueID, so it parses as incorrect command and thus doesn't apply.
Please, refer to the guide I've mentioned, these details are listed there.

Thank you.
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I have changed my comment as you said, for example:
Change font #SERV-123

But still nothing appears in youtrack under the issue #SERV-123...
That is really annoying... If at least I could have some logs, feedback or anything, I could try to understand what's wrong.

Thank you for your help.
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Any resolution to this?

I tried issuing commits with comments in the below format but this doesn't get updated in youtrack:

[comment] #issueID
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