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I'm not sure what is the problem but either my GIT or SourceTree

I have a Mac (like a second machine to do Apple development) and I'm noticing something very odd.  I'm also thinking it may be a bug or some setting somewhere.  I noticed your contact us system does not allow upload of images, so i can't send you guys a screen capture which would have saved me the thousand words to describe but you do not, so here it comes.  

Long story short when I create a new repo of a project it sets up fine, however it is displaying two branch entries from another repo.  I do not know why it seems to show 'remote' branches (in red) from another repo is my newly created remote branch. I believe I can try to explain more but I'm also not sure how to convey the little things I see wrong. I guess the one thing I can mention that you may understand is in SourceTree left navigation section there is a menu entry in all caps named, 'REMOTES', and when I expan it I see 'origin' and when I expand that I see two branches from another repo and I'm not sure how that happened.  I'm not sure but I do not think I made a mistake.  I can send screen shots but let me know to where and I'll add the ticket number to it.



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Mikael Sandberg Community Leader Feb 12, 2018

If you run git branch -r in the repository, does it show the same branches? Is your remote URL setup correctly? git remote -v will show you what URLs you are currently using.

I think you are correct, I believe I'm now in clean up mode and I'm suspecting it will work out.  Thank you very much.

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