Summary: There seems to be some sort of problem with colour adjustment occurring when it shouldn't. Every time I see an image of Mozilla, he seems to be the wrong colour. For example, the throbber or the mozilla.org HTML header. Reproducability: Every time. Steps to reproduce: 1. Load a page, look at the throbber. Actual results: Mozilla was red. Expected results: Mozilla was green. Additional information: This is pretty serious. Although I don't see the problem affecting anything other than Mozilla images, we can't be sure there aren't other symptoms of this problem lurking.
linux cvs pull from yesterday, do not see this.. what build are you using btw?
This has occurred in all builds of Mozilla from M3 to the latest nightly. I believe it happened in MozillaClassic too.
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 18 years ago
Resolution: --- → INVALID
VERIFIED. The Mozilla.org Mozilla Mascot is Red. Maybe you are looking for the Netscape Mozilla Mascot, which is indeed Green?
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
gawd, i mixed it up, thought he meant it was green... guess i need new glasses
So if Mozilla is supposed to be a dinosaur, I don't see how it can be any color since no one knows what color any of the dinosaurs were. Therefore, I suggest a change to white or black - to show that no one knows what color dinosaurs are.
aol time warner is financing a time travel project due to this bug. Expect results in 12 years.
Why 12 years? Why don't they come back to now with the results.. and while they're at it can they bring copies of Netscape 20 and IE 19 ??
Isn't it color?
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