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The jpeg and rollover on this site www.dennispaulbatt.com (index and home page) comes in wrong with only firefox. internet explorer and chrome work fine.

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The jpeg and rollover on this site www.dennispaulbatt.com (index and home page) comes in with the colors all wrong and pixelated with only Firefox. Please check internet explorer and chrome, they work fine and show the image and rollover as it should be.

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http://www.dennispaulbatt.com/ & http://www.dennispaulbatt.com/Home.htm

The jpeg and rollover on this site www.dennispaulbatt.com (index and home page) comes in with the colors all wrong and pixelated with only Firefox. Please check internet explorer and chrome, they work fine and show the image and rollover as it should be. == URL of affected sites == http://www.dennispaulbatt.com/ & http://www.dennispaulbatt.com/Home.htm

Chosen solution

Your image has an embedded color profile.

PowerPhase 6x6 with TG1, tungsten Copyright 1997 Phase One Denmark A/S White point near 5021K

You need to save your images with a standard sRGB color profile.

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Morbus 135 solutions 2340 answers

Wow! Big difference there! It probably has something to do with the way the JPEG was encoded and Firefox isn't handling it well. I suggest you file a bug at Bugzilla, because Firefox 4.0beta3pre has the same issue:

https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/

Don't forget to upload the affected picture. In the mean time, I suggest you encode the JPEG in a different way. I have never seen such an issue, so doing it differently should make it go away.

If you don't want to file the bug yourself, please tell me and I'll do it, although it would be best to have you do it, since you know how you encoded the JPEG and so on...

Wow! Big difference there! It probably has something to do with the way the JPEG was encoded and Firefox isn't handling it well. I suggest you file a bug at Bugzilla, because Firefox 4.0beta3pre has the same issue: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/ Don't forget to upload the affected picture. In the mean time, I suggest you encode the JPEG in a different way. I have never seen such an issue, so doing it differently should make it go away. If you don't want to file the bug yourself, please tell me and I'll do it, although it would be best to have you do it, since you know how you encoded the JPEG and so on...
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Your image has an embedded color profile.

PowerPhase 6x6 with TG1, tungsten Copyright 1997 Phase One Denmark A/S White point near 5021K

You need to save your images with a standard sRGB color profile.

Your image has an embedded color profile. <blockquote>PowerPhase 6x6 with TG1, tungsten Copyright 1997 Phase One Denmark A/S White point near 5021K </blockquote> You need to save your images with a standard sRGB color profile.