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Color Management in Firefox

Steaphany

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I just learned that Firefox Version 3 does support color management.

I've known about the ICC Version 4 test page for a while and the results from Firefox, by default were:

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indicating that Firefox did not support any color management. This is the default, as installed, setting for Firefox. The embedded color profiles in the upper right and lower left quadrants are not recognized.

To enable color management, just type about:config into the address bar. Scroll down to the setting for gfx.color_management.enabled, left click to select the setting and right click to pull up a pop up where you can click on Toggle to switch from the default of false to true, then restart Fire Fox.

Go back to the ICC test page and now everything works.
 

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