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I have a git master branch and I created a new branch say "newfeature". Now I switched to the "newbranch" and did some changes and committed them. I commited and pushed to remote repository.I did this around 3-5 times.Now I want to see the changes that I did starting from the time I created a new branch.Normally VScode shows green in the side for new lines and blue for changed lines in the side bar.This colouring happens based on changes as compared to last commit.I want to see the green line for all the changes aI did in this "newfeature" branch starting from the point at which this new branch was created.How can I do this?

Note:I know there is plugin gitlens and others which can show me the differences but I don't want split window,so want that green/blue should be shown when I am editing the file itself.

Thanks

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