Porque aparecen commit de diferentes colores

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y dice la palabra M?

Java externo tiene commit mas negro y el otro usuario mas claro?, porque.

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Se puede corregir? y cuales son los pasos para que todo este en negrito?

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Hi Ivan! First of all, please note that we can only provide support in English.

When a commit appears in grey, it means that it's a merge, you can see that when you hover over the M with your mouse. This has been designed this way to make it easier to identify what are the merges, just from a quick look. This can not be changed at the moment, as this functionality is hardcoded into Bitbucket.

If you'd like this to be different, you can submit a Feature request to our Public issue tracker :)

Saludos!

Ana

Okay, thank you very much for your kind reply

You're welcome, Ivan :) Glad I could help!

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