[Solved] Preview in browser is supersaturated

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nerfer
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[Solved] Preview in browser is supersaturated

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When I use the preview pane in browser, it first shows the image normally, then quickly replaces it with a super-saturated version of the picture. Is there a way to see an unenhanced image?

I see in Settings | Browser | Preview, there's a checkbox for "Show cached preview first". If I uncheck it, it doesn't show the normal image, just goes to the saturated image. That's basically the opposite of what I want. If I open the image for editing, it shows the normal unsaturated image. The preview should be the same thing.

I have GraphicConverter 12.0.8
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Re: Preview in browser is supersaturated

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Please forward the problem file zipped to support@lemkesoft.de because I get here no over saturation.
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Re: Preview in browser is supersaturated

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Will do. Thanks for the quick response.
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Re: Preview in browser is supersaturated

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Thanks for the sample file.

The image contains no color profile. But it contains the Exif color tag set to uncalibrated.
The general meaning of this is: assign the Adobe RGB profile.

But your image requires for correct display the sRGB profile.

So, simple assign sRGB to uncalibrated in the prefs:
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