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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.
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.
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