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Folder tree not automatically updating

Postby binarylogic on Sat Aug 25, 2012 7:22 pm

Ever since I upgraded to mountain lion the folder tree is not updating. When I add a file, its not there, when I switch git branches, the files don't update. Is there some setting that I should look for? Or is this a known issue? Thanks.
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Re: Folder tree not automatically updating

Postby marcusmacinnes on Tue Aug 28, 2012 3:19 pm

I'm having this same issue after Mountain Lion upgrade but noticed that it only happens when the project is located inside my Dropbox folder. Is your project also inside a Dropbox folder?
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Re: Folder tree not automatically updating

Postby theo_t on Thu Sep 06, 2012 4:52 pm

Same problem here. My project is linked to Dropbox through a symlink so I guess you can say it's "inside Dropbox".
Closing Dropbox and/or removing the symlink + restarting SublimeText doesn't help.
Creating a fresh project outside of Dropbox works.
Any workaround for this so far ? I can't even seem to be able to manually refresh : /
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Re: Folder tree not automatically updating

Postby theo_t on Thu Sep 06, 2012 5:04 pm

Found similar issues/responses within the forum. Installing "SidebarEnhancements" plugin did the job for me (so far so good).
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Re: Folder tree not automatically updating

Postby pcg79 on Thu Sep 13, 2012 3:33 pm

I also have this problem. Not even anything to do with DropBox. Just a simple manual additional of a file (say though a Rails migration creation) doesn't appear. I hope this gets fixed soon.

I think I already have SidebarEnchancements (b/c it doesn't show up in my package install list).
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Re: Folder tree not automatically updating

Postby digerata on Wed Oct 31, 2012 5:32 pm

Same here. I just realized it was a dropbox/sublime conflict when I started working on a project outside of dropbox that worked.

I'm going to try the SidebarEnhancements plugin, but think there needs to be a real fix here...
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Re: Folder tree not automatically updating

Postby binarylogic on Thu Dec 13, 2012 7:45 pm

Still having the same problem. I had to delete sublime text all together and reinstall it... was a lot of fun
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Re: Folder tree not automatically updating

Postby Tanmccuin on Sat Feb 23, 2013 8:07 pm

Strange - but i recently started having the same issue. My client files are stored in a Dropbox folder and they don't refresh automatically. I've tested outside of dropbox and they work fine. SidebarEnhancements or not, still doesn't work. Has anyone found a fix for this yet?
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Re: Folder tree not automatically updating

Postby tito on Sat Feb 23, 2013 10:21 pm

SidebarEnhancements triggers refresh when actually using it. If you update the tree outside sublime, SidebarEnhancements does nothing. If you confirm the tree is refreshed when creating a folder or file, may I can add a refresh interval ( default to off ), which you can turn on and send "refresh tree" every X time.
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Re: Folder tree not automatically updating

Postby Tanmccuin on Tue Feb 26, 2013 3:41 am

I'm not able to get auto-refresh w/ or w/out sidebarEnhancements - but it should work either way. My version of it was working, but stopped recently and for reasons i'm unsure of. My folders and files have always been inside of dropbox.
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