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Sourcetree doesn't update files


I use Sourcetree 1.7.0 for android project. I changed the project package name. Sourcetree staged all files with this change. Before committing the changes, I decided to change back the package name, so I set the old package name again. However this time Sourcetree didn't detect the changes. It still shows the new package name. 

The files are too many so I can't unstage manually. Also I changed some files and I need to commit them, so I can't ignore the changes and clone repository again. 

The auto refresh is enabled.

How can I force sourcetree to refresh again. 



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Hi Taher,

There should be a menu item for "Refresh" that does so manually. That said, 1.7.0 is no longer a supported version and we recommend using a newer release.


Brian Ganninger
Product Manager, Sourcetree

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