Undefined class?

Greetings to everyone here.  I have heard wonderful things about PHPStorm.  I have been a Coda user for a little over a year since switching to Mac but am giving the trial of PHPStorm a fair shot.

I created a new project based on a current local directory I had already been working on in Coda.  In the project file list I see all the files and folders in the site directory I specified as expected.  Being excited to try out code completion on custom classes, I opened up my root index.php page where I require_once()'ed some classes and created some objects based on those classes. So a snippet looks like this:

require_once 'classes/db.class';
$db = new db();

PHPStorm has highlighted the 'db' I have indicated above and gives me a message of "Undefined class db _more_(F1)" and using the keyboard shortcut basically gives me the same information.  The directory and declaration are all correct and work in a browser.  The only thing I can think of is that the .class extensions prevents PHPStorm from going in and retrieving the properties and methods.  While the file contains PHP, I prefer the .class naming convention seen in Java.  Am I correct or am I missing something?

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Menu -> File -> Settinsg -> File Types.  Try adding *.class pattern to "PHP files" entry.

Should work straight away. If not -- close and reopen project.

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