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After Sourcetree updated itself to 3.3.6, the view no longer automatically updates when I perform actions such as:
I have to manually hit F5 to get the display to update.
I downloaded SourceTreeSetup-3.3.6.exe and reinstalled. It didn't help.
EDIT: Reiterating Dave Sky that the proposed solution below is just a workaround. We're still requesting SourceTree maintainers to fix this bug.
It looks like SourceTree is detecting the changes but just not updating the diff view. If you click on a different file then go back, it will update the diff view.
Also, this might solve it on your end:
1. Close your repository in SourceTree (click X on your repository tab)
*** If you only have one repository open, just open a new tab (click +) and then try closing your actual repository again.
2. Open your repository.
Another workaround is to have a dummy repository open and move its tab to the left-most side. Apparently, the issue only happens on the first repository tab.
I was skeptical, but I just did this and it worked for one repository. I was pressing F5 after every single thing that needed a UI change which was aggravating, slowing, but working. Hopefully this will work for all my repositories and I can get back to work?? Yay? Thanks @gojanpaolo
No kidding! Not only that, but I'm baffled by how such a visible and obvious issue made it into an update. After all, this software is used for building software. My point is that the developers and testers are the target audience for their own product, so it should be pretty well perfect any time they have a release.