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Sourcetre Mercurial: I somehow have some weird branches and I need to get rid of them

Somehow I ended up with this situation (see screenshot)

Here Is my goal. I just want "Updated player" to be the main, the tip, the default, the everything. I want to get rid of "Backout changes" and "merged" I don't need them. The only reason they are there was because I was trying to make "Updated player" the top of the tree.

Basically I wish there was a little trashcan icon next to the top two dots so that I could click them and then they would go away and then "Updated Player" would be at the top. 

What do I do to get rid of them (I seriously have 0 data in them that I want to save. Everything I want is in "updated player"

(See below for software versions)

using sourcetree 3.0.15

Using mercurial

 

 

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minnsey Atlassian Team Apr 04, 2019

Hi
The following might help you
https://stackoverflow.com/a/6933807

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