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How do I remove red tint from pictures on Firefox?

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Anytime I surf the web in Internet Explorer or Chrome, pictures look normal. But when I search the web half of the time pictures have a red tint to them. Also if I upload a normal picture from my hard drive to a website through Firefox it will turn the picture a red tint. I can take a screencap of this if you need me to. How do I fix this?

This happened

Every time Firefox opened

== A year ago, no idea what triggered it.

Anytime I surf the web in Internet Explorer or Chrome, pictures look normal. But when I search the web half of the time pictures have a red tint to them. Also if I upload a normal picture from my hard drive to a website through Firefox it will turn the picture a red tint. I can take a screencap of this if you need me to. How do I fix this? == This happened == Every time Firefox opened == A year ago, no idea what triggered it.

Ausgewählte Lösung

The other browsers you mentioned do not read the embedded color profiles in pictures at all. The solution offered was to stop Firefox from reading them too.

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I opened another browser to upload a screencap of what it looks like on Firefox... how some thumbnails of pics will be red and other thumbnails of the same pic will be normal.

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This can be caused by a problem with the color profile for your display monitor or color profiles embedded in images. You can disable color management to test that.

You can set the pref gfx.color_management.mode to 0 on the about:config page to disable Color Management. You need to close and restart Firefox or maybe even reboot the computer to make the change effective. See http://kb.mozillazine.org/gfx.color_management.mode

See https://developer.mozilla.org/En/ICC_color_correction_in_Firefox

Caveats: The new QCMS color management system introduced in Firefox 3.5 currently only supports ICC version 2 color profiles, not version 4.
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I tried that but it did not fix my problem. =[ As I said, it only happens in Firefox, so it isn't my monitor display settings.

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Ausgewählte Lösung

The other browsers you mentioned do not read the embedded color profiles in pictures at all. The solution offered was to stop Firefox from reading them too.