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Re: Icon status incorrect

From: Jean-Marc van Leerdam <j.m.van.leerdam_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 27 May 2009 14:03:33 +0200

Hi Cliff,

2009/5/27 Cliff Diamond <cliff.diamond_at_live.co.uk>:
> Hi.
> I'm new to TSVN (but not SVN). I'm finding that the icons displayed in explorer don't always reflect the actual status of a file or directory. Most are correct but occasionally one will show red when the file is up-to-date. Sometimes the icons are just a little slow to update but I get the occasional one that stubbornly refuses to believe the file is up-to-date.

This is sometimes observed in the file pane of explorer, but usually
the cure is to press 'F5' to refresh the display. If that does not
work and the 'Check for Modifications' dialog really does not list the
file as modified (either itself or its subversion properties), please
report back here.

The folder tree view is notoriously inaccurate in displaying or
updating the icons. There is no reliable solution to get the tree view
in sync. For me, usually the following steps work:
1. collapse the tree at least one level above the incorrectly shown status
2. press F5
3. open the tree again

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