You have to look CLOSELY, i cant even see it unless it is against a white background. But look directly at this image ( open it in a new window ),
Its easiest to see if you look in the top left corner of the image, the line is like a pixel thick, and i think its a blueish line.
Wtf is it? I never noticed it before, but now that i am trying to get an image to sit against a white background it stands out like a sore thumb. I tried other none rendered images to see if it was just something in the way i was viewing them, but only images rendered in blender seem to have this weird border.
Any ideas? I’ve seen various border settings, played with them and got no where. I’m not even sure if that is what they do.
Anyway, any help?