metallissimus wrote:Yes, I do, and no, this doesn't seem to work in this case. My screenshot shows the image in Mac preview and on my website AFTER clicking the zoom button, so there should be no difference at all. If I compare the original on my website (via the link you posted) with my local original, there is indeed no visible difference.
A bit unsure what you are claiming above. Mac preview will support all color profiles, especially local on your own Mac, so you can't use that as comparison. As long as you are getting a difference between the WEB and your Preview app, regardless of HOW it happens, clearly it's a color profile issue you must agree.
As for the popup, I'm not quite sure what you are seeing from your screen. Here are the only possibilities: 1)
In 95% (or more) of cases, the original source image is already loaded into the X3 popup, especially if viewing from a desktop screen (1280+) ... X3 will only load a smaller image in very few cases where the screen res is MUCH lower than the original image res. So if the original is loaded, and you click ZOOM, it can't possibly load a different/larger image ... It's the same. 2.
In the rare case that a smaller image is served, then when you click ZOOM it will definitely load the original upload.
, regardless of serving resized or not, it would always display the original upload after zoom (even if it's the same image). You can check this in browser network inspector. Click "images" tab, then open the popup, then click "zoom", and see what images load.
In the end, X3 cannot and does not change colors of original uploaded images ... How can it? It loaded it into browser, and this image can't look different in X3 than when the image is loaded separately in browser. This is a problem of color profiles vs browser support for color profiles ...
3. Another option worth mentioning, but that does not seem to match what you are experiencing: It could be resized images have not copied your specific color profile, in which case they could look different (especially in browser). However, in this case, the original (after clicking zoom) would be your original naturally, and the initial pre-zoom should be "wrong". This doesn't seem to match your case.
4. There is an unlikely scenario that some network or your ISP is performing some optimization on images.
For your info, your original image is RGB IEC61966-2.1, which I believe is an Adobe-specific color profile variation.
That's also strange, because my local file says "sRGB IEC61966-2.1" (as reported by finder file info).
Yes sRGB IEC61966-2.1. Point is, it is an Adobe-specific color profile. Almost certainly related to the issue.
I suggest you check network inspector and see what images load.