IE7 versus FireFox et all, using png-files

Discussion in 'Internet Explorer' started by HermanP, Feb 20, 2009.

  1. HermanP

    HermanP Guest

    I tried to use a PNG file in a website, color matched with the background,
    both using RGB=0,136,136 or #008888.
    FireFox displayed the matched colors as designed, IE7 displayed the PNG
    darker, to match #007E7E, which is 0,126,126: 10 darker than the real value
    in the PNG.

    After I converted the PNG to JPG there was no problem at all.

    I suggest to correct the bad PNG display in IE.

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    HermanP, Feb 20, 2009
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