HanBav
If a child-thought (B) in normal view (expanded) has more than a few letters in its name the jump thought (C) is hidden behind the child.

A
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B - C

A small vertical shift would make it visible.
... Furthermore I think TheBrain is unique
regards Hannes from Bavaria
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pthompson
Hannes,

This is interesting. I tried this on my end and can't seem to get the same results. Would you be able to post a screenshot so I can see what you're referring to? 

Also, you mention you are in Normal View (expanded). Do you mean you are in Normal View with the expand all button (+) clicked or are you in a New Expanded view?

Thanks,
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zoner
Patrick, I think what Hans means is that while you are in the Normal view --> Expand all, if you have thought "A" then a child of thought "A" called "B" (but "B" has a long name) the jump thought "C" gets covered by the long thought name.
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pthompson
Right, that's what I thought he meant and tried that but I am not getting the same outcome described.

My next question is, are there more than those three thoughts in the brain? These are my results:

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