First of all, I do not think that it is at all possible for you (as a sender)
to govern how your images are shown at the receiving end. Even if some
browsers do have color settings, most presumably they are left in their default state.
Then we have the RGB settings for each monitor, we have Brightness, and Contrast. Brrrr. You, as the sender, do not have any influence over those either.
Regarding Firefox settings – I was once taught to use gfx.color_management…
- .display_profile -> my own monitor icc
- .enablev4 -> true
- .mode -> 1
- .rendering_intent = 0
Claes in Lund, Sweden