On 1/23/07, Olivier Ripoll <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Anthony Ettinger wrote:
> > On 1/22/07, Anthony Ettinger <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> >> On 1/22/07, Scott Bicknell <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> >>> On Monday 22 January 2007 4:46 am, Anthony Ettinger wrote:
> >>>
> >>>> I've been through this before, I usually just change the bg of
> >>>> the image to the one i'm using, but  with #99cc00; as my body
> >>>> bg, I cannot for the life of me, save that same color.
> >>> I'm trying to figure out what you are talking about. I created an
> >>> image and filled it with the color you specified, then saved it
> >>> as a png. No problem. I opened it in Gimp to see if there is
> >>> some problem with that color in png's and Gimp. Again, no
> >>> problem. Can you describe exactly what you are doing and point
> >>> to an example?
> >>
> >> Create an html page with background-color of #9c0; then do the same
> >> with the image in GIMP, and save as PNG.
> >>
> >> I'm seeing color variation.
> >
> > I made a test case:
> > http://chovy.dyndns.org/gimp/test/green.html
> >
> I see no problem at all on XP with FF2, Opera 9 or IE7, they all look
> fine on your page (i.e. same colour for image and backgoround). However,
> I remember I had a similar problem many years ago with a Macintosh. I
> think it was related to Gamma correction. Apples had (and probably still
> have) a different gamma setting, and this was creating a difference then
> (probably because my PNG did not contain the Gamma information then).
> Check that your PNG contains the Gamma information, and that your
> browsers can use it.
> Best regards,
> Olivier.

Thanks, but I've done it every which way from hell and back, and still
looks off in FF/linux.

Anthony Ettinger
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