i am working on a project with ~40 developers, and we use Sourcetree for that.
We have a whole bunch of different branches at the same time (around 100)
Now, when i use Sourcetree, i often times run into a specific issue.
When i want to follow the history of a branch on the graph view (let's say i want to find out at what point some branch got merged into another one), i find it really hard to visually indicate on which commit things happened.
I was wondering if there is a way to make a certain branch in the graph view to be thicker or something, so every time i click on a commit of a branch, then in the graph view the entire branch line will be visually highlighted.
I know that you could check out the branch and filter the graph for the current branch, but this would always require to switch the branch. If i just want to follow the line of the branch, i always have to put my mouse on the exact spot of where the branch on the commit i initially picked is, and then i mousewheel until it takes curves etc. it's like i have to do a maze game every time :D
Colors don't help for that, since pretty much every branch has 6 of the same color on the graph at any given time.
I think it would be really awesome if there is a feature where, if you click on a commit, the entire branch line gets thicker so it's way easier to see where it originated from and where it got merged.
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