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[filmscanners] Re: Thumbnails looking flat

IE for Mac is colorsync savy. IF and only if you have your prefs set to
accept the embedded profiles of images posted with them. (under web browser
> web content > page content)

All images with embedded profiles look the same on my monitor viewed thru IE
or thru PS.  Netscape hasn't implemented this yet as far as I can tell, so
the profiles are ignored.


> I beg to differ. Unless they've changed it in the latest versions, IE and
> Netscape are non-color-managed applications, which means they don't even
> bother translating from sRGB to the monitor's color space--they just give
> the data directly to the video display. This means that the actual color
> space is whatever the monitor gives you. The point of sRGB is that it's
> close to the average monitor. However, my LCD has a significantly smaller
> gamut, so sRGB images look noticeably duller in IE than they do in
> Photoshop.
> The Mac may work differently.

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