SourceTree Git graph merge issue

Hi,

SourceTree 2.0.4 has an issue regarding git graph.
Looking at the following graph, we can see six 'Merge branch dev' instead of a succession of commit and merge. 
The commit dates are a good help to imagine the proper order.

By the way, the graph is pretty amazing.
I've believed living in New York City for a minute wink

Thanks for your help.

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Above the graph, chose "Date Order" instead of "Ancestor Order".

This works fine. What is the difference between the two orders, and why 'Ancestor' is default?

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