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  • Hinkelbein
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    Originally posted by arnie View Post
    This may be caused by color management. AFAIK all Adobe programs are color management enabled. Most browsers (exception Firefox) are not. IIRC, color management support in FF must be enabled (poer default it is turned off).
    I don't know if I understand you well, but would you say the problem is gone when I use Firefox to upload?

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  • arnie
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    This may be caused by color management. AFAIK all Adobe programs are color management enabled. Most browsers (exception Firefox) are not. IIRC, color management support in FF must be enabled (poer default it is turned off).

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  • Hinkelbein
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    Originally posted by Hinkelbein View Post
    Furthermore, the saved file (PH-BXP) seems to have lost all applied/adjusted sharpness.
    Please ignore this remark ...

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  • Hinkelbein
    started a topic Need your help again!

    Need your help again!

    Something strange is happening.

    When I edit some picture in either Photoshop Elements 5.0 or CS3 (it makes no difference) the picture appears to be 'warmer' (see first attachment).
    When I upload it, it looks 'cold'!

    Furthermore, the saved file (PH-BXP) seems to have lost all applied/adjusted sharpness.

    Can someone tell me what's going on? I have not adjusted any settings in neither program.

    Regards,

    Hinkelbein
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