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New added files to local folder does not register on sourcetree


I have downloaded a brand new repo from Bitbucket. Created a new branch from Master and added a new folder containing new files.

After this SourceTree does not see any changes, I can change branch without any warnings.

I have a quite large .gitignore file containing lots of folders and generated content I do not want to check in. But this particular folder is not there.

What can be wrong?

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FYI, I tested to manually check if there was any changes on the folder using:
git status
I can see all new files not added

Then I did
git add "forder name and path"
git commit -m "updated files"
git push origin "branch name"

Now everything is on bitbucket as it should.

Still: SourceTree does not see or react on any change done on the repo.

Must be a bug...

I am experiencing the same behavior. I think  it started with version 4.11 but now I have updated to 4.13 and it still occurs. NEW files are not detected and tracked unless I use command git to add, as Tricio mentioned.

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