FF / IE different colours!

FF / IE different colours!

molkman
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How the frack can it be possible, that on IE, the background color and colour in an image (it's a gradient, so the colour should fade over) fits just fine, but on FF3 they're different! They're png images and Photoshop changed the colour when exporting to png from psd, so I had to pick the colour again from the png, not the psd I had intentionally taken it from, which was weird already at the start.

It was Win IE and Mac FF though. But still. Someone with Win FF inotced it too, I guess. :C
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2009 May 23 at 02:52 PDT
aaronjer
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Sometimes IE changes the colors of .pngs, I haven't researched why but if you make it a jpeg it should look the same on both.

I don't know if it's FF or IE doing it this time, but I've tested it and found that IE changed a hex digit while displaying a color before.
 
 
2009 May 23 at 04:41 PDT — Ed. 2009 May 23 at 04:43 PDT
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There used to be many issues with PNGs on IE. Really FireFox should be standards-compliant now; certainly I haven't heard of any issues with it. The only other thing I can think of is a broken library on the machine in question?

IE is fairly broken, with very poor standards-compliance.
 
 
2009 May 23 at 15:58 PDT
molkman
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Okay. It'll be some work to convert all the images to jpg though. Why must IE be so sucky, heh.
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2009 May 24 at 10:40 PDT
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Are you on MacOS, yeah? Your best bet would be to install ImageMagik and convert them all using that. (Via the command line).
 
 
2009 May 25 at 05:22 PDT
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