LR 4.1 RC2 bug (Develop Module)

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I've encountered a bug in LR 4.1 RC2. When working on a very contrasty image where extreme 'Highlights' reduction and 'Shadows' boosting are required, a strange kind of haloing appears along the edges of dark objects which border on a light background. As landscape photographer, I've found this happening along the edges of dark tree bark adjacent to a background of light sky. What makes this behavior even more puzzling is that by disabling 'Lens Corrections', the halos go away! I can not duplicate this behavior with LR 4.0. It only happens with the RC2 version of LR 4.1. What a shame! I find the new color fringe correction tools a major improvement! Thank you for any help you may offer.
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Precisely! Thanks for the link! At least Adobe is aware of the problem. Hopefully a solution will be found before the final version of LR 4.1 is issued.