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SourceTree 3.2.1 routinely not noticing changed files on macOS Catalina

Sourcetree 3.2.1 is often not noticing files that have changed unless I close and re-open.  Please advise/fix.


I'm on Catalina on my Mac, if that matters.

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Hello Andrew and welcome to the Community!

Thank you for reporting a possible issue with Sourcetree not detecting files with changes. To understand a bit more, could you provide screenshots and your workflow so we may attempt to recreate the issue?

Additionally, we do see there is a reported defect that may be similar. Please review this reported bug at SRCTREE-6823, If this is similar to your issue please let us know.

Regards,
Stephen SIfers

It could be, though my issue was running on macOS but also didn’t show the number of items to commit either, so it may be different.

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