All was working fine, but recently had to re-image work computer.
The files inside Sourcetree are not updating properly (Windows 10, installed by another user that has admin priv - I don't have admin priv)
In the following two scenarios i am getting the issue that file list is not updating:
* if I try to switch branches or create a new branch .. the UI will not update to indicate that I have picked a new branch (i.e. the new branch will not be bolded)
* if stage files or stage hunk the 'staged files' box in the 'file status' tab does not show the staged files
In both of the above scenarios if I simply restart Sourcetree then on re-open the files/branches are updated accordingly
Any tips on how I can fix this annoying and incorrect UI situation?
Workaround from another thread on this issue:
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.
This worked for me.
Looks like they released a special version 3.3.8 that's supposed to fix the issue:
From the ticket:
The SourceTree_3.3.8 is released and solves the Refresh issue (F5).
SourceTree 3.3.8 [20 Jan 2020]
Fixed file list not refreshing in first re-opened tab
Fixed crash when double clicking file
Fixed duplicate file appearing when checking a file
Just updated to 3.3.6 a day ago. Went from a working version 3.3.4 and updated using the automatic update feature within the app
Any operation such as switching branches, staging files, committing files requires F5 to be pressed to have the UI update/catch up.
I've read, whilst researching this issue, that it may be related to Nvidia Quadro graphics cards. However, this machine has an Nvidia GeForce 2070 Super with the latest drivers installed.
Doesn't appear to be graphics related though - more the app not refreshing itself at all after an operation with the new version. Switching back to 3.3.4 brings back the correct behaviour.
Give me a message if you need a video example of behaviour.
Sourcetree Version 3.3.6
Windows Version 10.0.18363.535
Yep, same here. 3.3.6 rendered Sourcetree basically nonfunctional for me on Windows 10. I'm using the most recent git version 2.25 (released ~1 day ago, which might have something to do with it) installed on my system. Installing the previous Sourcetree release (3.3.4, https://www.sourcetreeapp.com/download-archives) fixes everything, but this version seems to have no option to turn off automatic updates, so I keep reopening Sourcetree to find that it has broken itself and updated to 3.3.6, which DOES have an update tab in the options menu where you can (potentially) disable updates *eyeroll*
The problem is fixed - for me at least - in version 3.3.8 but that version appears to only be accessible via the links towards the end on this post:
@Bill OLearyThanks for the link. I deinstalled 3.3.6 and setup 3.3.4 again, until this bug is fixed. 3.3.6 does not show up as an update in 3.3.4 now. Maybe Atlassian is already aware of this bug. As far as I can see there has been no reaction from them concerning this issue. Quite disappointing.
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