Change graph style from SourceTree to mimic the Bitbucket one

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Is there any way to display the git graph in SourceTree as it's displayed in Bitbucket? The first image is from Bitbucket and it's what i would expect (green line is develop, clear blue is master and deep blue, pink and yellow are feature branches). The second one is from SourceTree and every line is a merge from develop (blue) to master (pink). I don't want to see up top the merge commits from months ago from develop to master. Bitbucket displays it the way that i expect it.



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To start, try changing the sort from Date Order to Ancestor Order. I prefer Date Order, but Bitbucket (your stated preference) seems to be ancestor order.

I can't tell how Bitbucket is handling the merges to master, because the Ancestor order results in those commits being pushed out of the viewable area.

OMG! The sort by 'Date Order' did the trick. Thank you so much! 💯

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