M.Chapman Posted June 17, 2020 Share Posted June 17, 2020 (edited) The latest version of Firefox (Version 77.0.1) has introduced a bug. It's displaying images that have no profile (e.g. Alamy jpgs) incorrectly on wide-gamut monitors. They appear oversaturated. This topic is mentioned here Firefox 77.0.1 is decoding the image data that has no profile as if it was encoded using the monitor's gamut, instead of sRGB. (Untagged images should be decoded as sRGB see Section 3.2 here). I don't know if any other browsers do this. This article (3rd paragraph of section 5.1) suggest other browsers may do this too, but I've not found any yet. To help find out I put together a simple test page here. If your system is working correctly, the first 3 images should look the same and the 4th should look duller. Mark Edited June 21, 2020 by M.Chapman Updated URL of test page Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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