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From Cameron McCormack <...@mcc.id.au>
Subject Re: Colour value differences between generated reference images and those in the repository
Date Thu, 04 Oct 2007 10:59:26 GMT
Cameron McCormack:
> > As an example, I took a look at the second row fourth column sub-test of
> > samples/tests/spec/rendering/paintOpacity.svg, specifically one of the
> > pixels that is the 0.5 opacity gold painted on the opaque #eee
> > background square.
> 
> > In the repository reference image, the pixel value is
> > rgba(224, 222, 118, 255), while in my image it is
> > rgba(246, 226, 119, 255).

Thomas DeWeese:
>    Hmm, on my machine, using gimp, the reference image 
> shows the pixel value as rgba(246, 225, 118, 255),
> and your generated one has rgba(247, 227, 119, 255). 
> I can easily imagine reasons why the two would vary by 
> a code value (or two).
> 
>    How are you checking the reference/output Image's pixel values?

I am using gimp, too (2.4.0-rc3).  I turned the colour management mode
to “No color management” in the preferences window just to be sure it
wasn’t doing anything, but get the same values.

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Cameron McCormack, http://mcc.id.au/
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