The Git Flow Chart will create the initial tree graph using the most recent commits. While scrolling down the page, the graph will automatically collect more details as soon as it detects that it cannot draw the parent of one of the visible commits. A progress indicator is shown while loading new information and updating the graph. Please note that, depending on the complexity of the commit history, the UI might freeze while rebuilding the graph.
If you wish to zoom in on the inheritance tree of a specific commit, you can click on the commit message. This will highlight the commit and it's known parentage. You can undo the selection by clicking on the highlighted commit.
Because building the Git Flow Chart is complex, the information displayed might sometimes seem a bit odd. Please read the FAQ to see if there is anything you can do to improve the correctness of the graph.