Class not visible from "Goto class". Anyone with any experience?

Some classes are now hidden for me when I use the very useful "Goto class" function.
These classes are also not responding to CMD + click on a method (of this problem-class) when in another class.

Seems like IDEA does not know about my problem-classes.  These are classes that we have had for years and I have used IDEA for the same years editing them without any problems.

1) Is this a known bug in version 8.1 (I have OS X)?
2) How can I view/do something about the list of classes IDEA knows/does not know about?

I have tried restarting IDEA.
I build my projects with Maven2, and use "mvn idea:idea" to build project-files etc, although I now see that there is better maven integration to import pom-files.

UPDATE:
My other collegues have no problems with my problem-classes.  They use 8.1 (Vista).
I tried to rebuild the project files with "mvn idea:idea" => Same result of missing classes
I tried to load the project created from pom-files (IDEA maven support) instead => Same result of missing classes

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Hello Svein Are Grønsund,

Please try to use File | Invalidate Caches and restart IDEA. If that doesn't
help, we can investigate further.

Some classes are now hidden for me when I use the very useful "Goto
class" function.

These classes are also not responding to CMD + click on a method (of
this problem-class) when in another class.

Seems like IDEA does not know about my problem-classes. These are
classes that we have had for years and I have used IDEA for the same
years editing them without any problems.

1) Is this a known bug in version 8.1 (I have OS X)? 2) How can I
view/do something about the list of classes IDEA knows/does not know
about?

I have tried restarting IDEA.
I build my projects with Maven2, and use "mvn idea:idea" to build
project-files etc, although I now see that there is better maven
integration to import pom-files.
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Great.  Invalidating the cache, restarting IDEA, waiting for the cache to rebuild, worked!!
Now I can see all my missing classes.

Thanks for a very swift response.

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