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    Because I can’t upload a transparent PNG as a header logo, I have to do it as a JPG and use the background colour (in my case: 222222) as a background colour in the JPG file.
    Unfortunately the colours don’t match, so there is always a little edge visible. I know about colour profiles, but the logo file in Photoshop does not have any profile embedded. (I made a new file and said: “Colour Profile” = Don’t colour manage this document.

    In Chrome it looks OK. In Firefox there is a little difference. And in Safari the difference is more visible than in Firefox.

    What am I doing wrong? (Or is it impossible to get right in ALL browsers?)
    I thought “222222” is the same in all browsers, as long as there’s no colour profile embedded in any files…!?



    Can you post the link to your website please and some screenshots of the issue please?



    Sorry, I can’t send a link because I’m still in development phase (localhost via MAMP)…


    Also: Screenshots may complicate the issue even further, because (at least on MacOS), Screenshots get saved with a colour profile. If you then view the screenshot in yet another browser (with and without colour sync capabilities), it’d look different AGAIN….

    (hope this makes sense?)



    I understand, however this issue is quite hard to reproduce, i’d recommend you this link regarding your color problem.


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