Actually - since the file and web page itself is OK,
for some (... some people can see it correctly)
then using simple logic, the problem isn't to do with
The GIMP ...
If there is something wrong with the file then no one
should be able to see it correctly ... unless the
display process is correcting the problem ... ...
doesn't sound likely ...
and thus it most likely IS a FF or Linux issue.
i.e. the people not seeing it correctly must have
either: a) a setting "issue" in FF or Linux (display)
or: b) using a version of FF or Linux (display driver)
with that "issue"
On Tue, 2007-01-23 at 16:08 -0600, Bill Lee wrote:
> FF220.127.116.11 running under FC5: no visible difference.
> Your problem is NOT a FF/Linux issue.
> Bill Lee
> Scott Bicknell wrote:
> > On Tuesday 23 January 2007 12:10 pm, Jeffrey Brent McBeth wrote:
> >> As he has repeatedly stated, the problem is under FF/Linux.
> >> There are many things in which FF/Win FF/Max and FF/Linux are
> >> different. It looks like FF/Linux isn't up to date with Gamma
> >> correction for some reason
> > Still, it seems to be specific to your setup. Mine, as I said in
> > an earlier post, shows no color differences using FF 2.0 and
> > SUSE 10.1.
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