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Improve vertical ordering in Branch Explorer, make use of hierarchy

The default ordering of branches in Branch Explorer could be improved. It should respect and make use of the branch hierarchy, so as not to cross lines unnecessarily.

When I have several top-level branches with some child branches each, they are not grouped together vertically in a hierarchically logical order. Instead they seem to be randomly placed (?) leading to a lot of lines crossing each other. (I always enable "Display cross-branch changeset links" which makes this more obvious.)

I think child branches should always be displayed below their immediate parent (or sibling if multiple children overlap in time).

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    Göran Wallgren shared this idea  ·   ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

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