Please make an EASY to find\access description of any and all "Idiot Diagrams == IdioGrams" used in you application. One of THE biggest pet peeves is using acronyms without defining them... using icons (and lots of them) without providing easy access to their meaning is no different.
Yellow square with ellipsis == Edited File?
Purple square with question mark == I have no idea....
Red square with dash == Deleted file???
Seriously a major issue in why I am considering switching to a different tool.
If you understand Git/Mercurial and the various statuses a file can be in (which you should if you're using it), it is not hard to associate the icons with the possible states.
Here's the list for Git (taken from documentation for "git status"):
' ' = unmodified
M = modified
A = added
D = deleted
R = renamed
C = copied
U = updated but unmerged
I don't think SourceTree has special icons for the last two status, (and it doesn't show an icon for "unmodified"). Files can also be "conflicted" (git status shows two letters for conflicts/merges). Knowing that list, the icons seem pretty obvious to me:
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