User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64; rv:68.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/68.0
Steps to reproduce:
compare 2 PNG and JPG images, the "bright" 5 on the black background is missing
attach converted JPG
the "bright" 5 on the black background is missing
"light" 5 on a black background is present
I tried to replicate this with the provided link as an example but i can´t see the #5 on the black background.
I tried not only firefox, i also tried on Chrome and Opera and i can´t see the number5 on the black background.
Do you have any other example for me to check?
Also please download Firefox Nightly from here: https://nightly.mozilla.org/ and retest the problem.
If you still have the issue please create a new profile, you have the steps here:https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/profile-manager-create-and-remove-firefox-profiles?redirectlocale=en-US&redirectslug=Managing-profiles#w_starting-the-profile-manager
Lastly test if the issue is reproducible in safe mode, here is a link that can help you:
Compare Firefox Nightly, Google Chrome, IE 11
perhaps this problem is affected by the fact that the driver is twisted gamma or color profile for the monitor
#5 do not need to see, you can find the "Eyedropper Tool" or "Magic Wand Tool" in photoshop
I tested the issue using the link provided:
Tested On windows10 64bit + Ubunu 18.02 64bit + MacOs 10.14
Using all current firefox versions:
Firefox Nightly 70.0a1
Firefox Beta 69.0b15
Firefox Release 68.0.2
I was able to replicate the problem on all versions
The #4 on black background is not visible using firefox.
I do see the #4 on black background when using other browsers on windows10.
:aosmond, can you comment to the bug?
added the original file so as not to get lost
If I disable color management, I can see the 4. This is not a regression (or at least not one in the last 5 years...). The PNG has cHRM and gAMA chunks. Presumably this is a bug in our ICCv2 implementation; we do see oversaturation on Macs, I wonder if it is related.