Photoshop: Arrange, Tile breaks sequence

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The Arrange, Tile command needs to maintain the sequence order I opened the files like it did in CS3. In other words, using Bridge, I open files 1-10 into PS, select Arrange, Tile. The order is perfect. Then I open another set of files 1-10, select Arrange, Tile and I get a scrambled tile sequence. CS3 would just add each new set of opened files to the tail end of the last in one long sequence chain. I've mentioned this problem to Brian Hughes, the Photoshop World help desk, and even here in the PS forums and I can't even get a response. https://forums.adobe.com/message/2850.... Obviously I've been asking this to be fixed for a long time, since CS4. I've considered paying a programmer to make me a custom interface. If you tell me how I will write the code myself.

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Thanks to Max at Creative Do for solving this problem by creating Doco. It even added better functionality than the current Tile function. Doco is an Add-on for Photoshop that really aides the workflow for those of us who work with multiple files. From the looks of how little activity my original post generated it could be I'm the only one with this problem. Nonetheless, if you are looking for a great solution go here. https://creative.adobe.com/addons/pat...