Inverted image rendering

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Inverted image rendering

Post by Kunagi7 » 2015-12-01, 22:47

I'm using PaleMoon 25.8.1 64bit (updated today) and I was reading this wikipedia article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bissau .
I found that one image wasn't rendering correctly:
High quality looks as it should:
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bissau#/m ... Bissau.png
But the small one looks like this:
Image
https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/ ... Bissau.png
It also happens in Firefox 42. Maybe something related to color profiles?

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Re: Inverted image rendering

Post by martywd » 2015-12-01, 23:12

Here's search link with much discussion related to this issue. ==> search.php?keywords=gfx.color_management.mode

Windows (7) has a wizard for doing recalibration. I never figured out how to do recalibration in Linux...
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Re: Inverted image rendering

Post by Moonchild » 2015-12-02, 01:15

FTR, the small image renders with the correct colors for me on Win7, calibrated monitor, and all color management settings in Pale Moon at default values.
It also renders correctly with "embedded color" as rendering intent which is my preferred value.
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Re: Inverted image rendering

Post by Kunagi7 » 2015-12-05, 14:53

After setting gfx.color_management.mode to 0 it solved the problem, thanks for your help.
I don't think that XFCE has some sort of color management... Maybe other desktops have it.

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