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Colors are not printing as displayed on monitor but they do print accurately from Safari.

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I have used a color code in ff3399 for graphics in Safari and it prints accurately but when I switch to Firefox the color is very greyed out. I have to use firefox because it is the only web browser that allows me to print and cut in cricut. Hopefully the correct picture is attached . The picture on left is Safari ,the one on the right is Firefox.

I have used a color code in ff3399 for graphics in Safari and it prints accurately but when I switch to Firefox the color is very greyed out. I have to use firefox because it is the only web browser that allows me to print and cut in cricut. Hopefully the correct picture is attached . The picture on left is Safari ,the one on the right is Firefox.

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Thank you ,here is the picture.Of course it posted upside down.So the brighter picture is the Safari on the right .

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So on the screen Firefox shows the more vivid color? What about in print preview (not sure how to call that up on Mac, but maybe the Print button on the graphical menu accessed using the "3-bar" button) -- is that closer to the screen appearance or actual print?

How are you creating the graphic?

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Ok ,I put this color through print preview in Safari and Firefox and there was a slight difference but not as pronounced as in the final printed piece. I am using both pickmonkey to edit the picture and importing them into cricut design space to print and cut .

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Hmm, I don't know what's going on. Firefox has color management for the screen display which it might not apply to printing, but I don't know whether that is relevant. Hopefully another volunteer is more familiar with the printing end of things.