Reloading of changed-on-filesystem files less intuitive?

I've noticed with PHPStorm 2.0.1 (and to a greater degree 106.444), that files that change on the filesystem are slower to update in the IDE.  I'm now seeing a lot of 'The file has changed in memory and on disk, which one would you like to keep' messages, and sometimes it seems like minutes before PHPStorm picks up that git has changed files on the filesystem.

I haven't done enough testing and data collection to file a bug, but I'm wondering what others' experiences are with the new version?  It seemed that with 2.0.0, I just had to wait for the spinner in the project pane to stop, and then everything was cool.  Now I'm in a situation where I could lose changes or start writing code in a file that hasn't been updated.

I should note, I'm speaking of files that I have open in the editor that change on disk.

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Its critical to include your OS in such repors - because different OSes require us to employ significalntly different methods for file change watching.

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My mistake, I'm not having a detail-oriented day.  :)

OSX 10.6.7.  

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