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Image jump-distorts on resize, disappears on Undo

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Can someone tell me how too prevent this behaviour? When I resize the picture frame then the image inside violently jumps to it's original size. When I press command+Z (undo) the picture disappears. Not recoverable. I need to delete the picture frame, link the image again. What's going on?

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I’ve never seen this happen before.
I’ve tried to reproduce it various ways – different image types, different image sizes, different modifier keys, etc. - and can’t.
1. Does this only happen with this document?
2. Does this only happen with images taken by the same camera?
3. Have the images been put through any image manipulation software?
4. What does the History Panel show: a) before the resize; b) after the resize; c) after the undo?
5. Are you running the beta version of Publisher or the commercial release?
6. Is the Picture Frame inside another layer?
7. Is there any other layer inside the Picture Frame?

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