About working with repository history in Source Tree.
At 1.) Haven't seen anything like this in any Git-GUI yet ....
At 2.) Yes you might revert both changes via two 'git revert' commands with commits meantime ... Just to be sure to revert the correct commits, I prefer to use "git reset <CommitId>' rather than HEAD~1.
Yes you would need call revert twice.
I think "git revert" is the simplest way to revert - and it is IMHO the "easiest to reproduce" way (esp. for your fellow developers)...
Have a look here: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1463340/revert-multiple-git-commits
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