Photoshop: Statistics command gives different result with 4-up view

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Case: I open 4 images in photoshop in typical tab view. I then go to file>scripts>statistics. I choose mean from the dropdown, then select add open files. Once finished, the task is performed successfully. However, if I close this newly created file and start over with the same four images- AND CHANGE IT FROM TABS TO 4-UP VIEW- thengo to file>scripts>statistics and perform the same task, I get completely different results (just from being in 4-up)
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Chris Sullivan

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Posted 8 years ago

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Jeffrey Tranberry, Sr. Product Manager, Digital Imaging

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What OS are you on?
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Chris Sullivan

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Os X 10.6.7 and CS 5.5
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Jeffrey Tranberry, Sr. Product Manager, Digital Imaging

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OK. Is it ok if someone contacts you directly via email in case we need files to reproduce?
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Chris Sullivan

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I was at a training session when this happened, so I do not have access to these specific files. I will find some other samples and be happy to share.
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The arrangement of the open documents should make no difference on the Statistics results. Was the image stacking order changed? Was the Stack Mode changed? I cannot reproduce the described behavior.