Can I avoid borders around graphics when animated on white backgounds

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Hi. I find that when I animate an graphic thats on a square white background, a border becomes visible around the edge of the square. Lok closely at the right and bottom edges of the logo. Is it possible to avoid this?
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Roger Orwin

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Kevin Mojek, Employee

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Yes, that's a known bug. We have a fix ready to go for a maintenance release that will be available soon.
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Nelson

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When will this maintenance release be available? I need this asap.
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Kevin Mojek, Employee

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It should be on the website in just over a week from now. If you contact tech support, they may be able to give you an early copy.
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One workaround that I have found is to add a couple of white rectangle call-outs covering the edge and grouping them with the image I need to animate. Not fun to do ... but it did work for me.

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