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    Hey All,

    I noticed that safari uses a different method to interpret color. Are there ways to compensate for this? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!!
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    Member bil2k's Avatar
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    Are you comparing it to another browser on your Mac or on a different computer?

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    Well both sort of. Every other browser seems to render color the same way regardless of whether or not its on a mac.
    Christopher Carvache
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    Specify your color by using the same method all the time and you shouldn't have problems. HEX is probably the best way to go about it.
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