How To Display Richer Colours In Firefox 3

by on June 22, 2008
in Firefox, Tips and Tricks




Firefox Colour Tweak

Firefox 3 has a built-in advance colour support for images and page layouts. But by default, this has been disabled because by disabling it, it increases your Firefox’s performance by 10-15%. But if you have fast computer, there is no harm in enabling it then. Once you enable it, you will see a quite noticeable difference in the image quality.

How To Display Richer Colours In Firefox

  • Type about:config in the address bar.
  • Then press the “I’ll be careful, I promise!” button.
  • Now type gfx.color_management.enabled in the filter field and set its value to True
  • Restart Firefox

There you go! Now open some high quality image that you’ve previously seen and see it now. :D

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  • Thats a good trick buddy…. i never know this before that firefox can do such a great trick.
    Thanks for sharing the info.