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Color profile for an image when it has none.

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Hi guys.

My asumption is that if an image has no color profile, Firefox will trate it as if an sRGB color profile is embeded. But I was reading some tests published by EIZO monitor's website, that say that Firefox will use the monitor's declared profile, for example Adobe RGB, but that sounds a bit wierd to me.

How does Firefox treat the color when an image lacks any color profile?

Here is the article.

https://www.eizoglobal.com/library/management/web-color-management/index.html

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They're right. Firefox does not implement the spec that restricts colors to sRGB. Instead, it just throws the raw RGB coordinates on the screen, so e.g. rgb(100% 0% 0%) is the brightest red that monitor can display.