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Remove endless merge branch commited

I have a project I'm working on and it's using Git Flow to create/merge branches. There were a release branch that when I finished it (using the GitFlow buttons) it generated a weird branch named "Merge branch master into develop" and it has an endless line from that point all the way past the first commit, like the image below.

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As you can see, the yellow line is goin nowhere and I don't know what caused this. I'm using sourcetree and the project is also online, on a bitbucket repository.

 

Before I could get rid of it by changing the option from "All branches" to "Current branch" but now it's always showing that yellow branch.

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minnsey Atlassian Team Dec 08, 2017

Hi

To be honest I'm not quite following the problem.
Looking at the image the yellow line/branch completes by merging back into the red line/branch, with the commit message 'Merge branch master into develop'.

It does merge. But it comes from nowhere. The very first commit is the one with the tag `1.0.0`. The yellow line doesn't start anywhere.

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