We have a system so that when some actions are performed on a file, the file is first duplicated with "_original" appended to the extension. So, photo.jpg would become photo.jpg_original as the backup copy and then photo.jpg is used for whatever purposes. This duplication is an intended functionality.
In finder, though, on some machines, they are seeing two versions with the same name. They see two files, both with "photo.jpg". Other people do not have this problem despite same operating systems.
This is what almost all of us see, and what we want and expect to see:
But here is how it is displaying on one machine, with the same OS (10.8.4)
You can see the other oddity is that it doesn't happen to all the files. Some do, indeed show the "_original" version alongside the other, while some do not.
Show extensions is enabled in finder, but other than that, I have no idea where to look to fix this issue. The fact that it is working fine on most machines makes it a bit more baffling.
Does anyone know of a way to ensure that the user sees both the "photo.jpg" and the "photo.jpg_original" files instead of what appears to them as two copies of "photo.jpg"?