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In Sourcetree Mac for git, why does one machine show full repo name and other shows 'origin'?

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I have Sourcetree accessing the same git BitBucket repo on two machines. Why does Sourcetree on one machine show the remote as 'origin' and Sourcetree on the other machine show the remote by its actual name? See the two images below:

Could this happen if Sourcetree on the first machine below, at one time, was accessing two different git repos for that Sourcetree Bookmark, but Sourctree on the second machine below never had more than one repo for that Sourcetree Bookmark?

 

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