Photoshop/Bridge feature animation storyboarding workflow hiccup...

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I have been using Photoshop/Bridge for my feature animation/live action movie storyboarding workflow for years, as have many of my colleagues. One little pet peeve is when I duplicate a photoshop panel in Bridge -- this new photoshop file being the next in my series -- Bridge doesn't always place the duplicated file in order... sometimes it's two or three frames back, sometimes it's where it should be. In any case, it always requires checking to see where the new frame is, manually moving it to the correct place at the end and then doing a batch rename of the whole series of frames, then a View/Sort/by Filename to correctly order the whole lot. I'm used to this procedure, but it's a minor inconvenience. Is there a more streamlined way of adding new frames to a storyboard series and not having to rename/reorder every two or three frames?
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