How can I find out the details of a remote listed in Sourcetree?

So I have SourceTree open on a local git repo, and it is telling me I have a remote called origin.

The problem is I can't recollect what that remote is!

How can I ask SourceTree to tell me that?

(I'm wanting it to show me the contents of .git/config, basically)

 

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In the menu: Repository\Repository settings... (Shift-CTRL-+)

Thanks! Obvious, once I see it there in the menu!

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