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Why is Safari on my Powerbook screwing with colors?

Asked by bluemukaki (4332points) March 9th, 2008

I’ve designed a background image for my website, which is repeating on the X axis and at the bottom of the image it fades into a solid color which I set as the background for the page, but when I view the site in Safari on any Apple laptop the colors are different, but still have the same Hexadecimal value. I know it looks fine on my iMac, and when I take a screenshot and view it on my iMac it looks fine, what’s going on?

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PupnTaco's avatar

Safari is the only browser that honors color profiles. Remove these from your images and you should be good.

bluemukaki's avatar

@mcbealer: That doesn’t help. Can you stop just giving every Apple related question that link?

bluemukaki's avatar

Fixed! Thanks guys! Preview is the best thing ever, I just opened my image in there and assigned a profile, how many image viewers can do stuff like that?!

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