Re: contrast/brightness adjusting in iceweasel
On Thu, 28 Jun 2007 10:56:48 -0600
Paul E Condon <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I use iceweasel on my etch desktop system for internet browsing.
> There are pictures on almost every web site that I visit.
> Most are just fine to view, but some (enough to be annoying) are
> too dark to be view usefully. I can make out that the image is
> not a uniform black, but hardly anything more.
Can you provide some examples? Maybe it's not just you. Or maybe it's
just for images of a particular type.
> I know that this is probably not an iceweasel problem, but rather
> a problem with some library that iceweasel uses for image rendering
> or a problem with Xwindows (for which I use Xorg).
> 1 how do I determine what image rendering software is actually
> being used by iceweasel? Does it matter?
Try the command 'ldd /usr/lib/iceweasel/firefox-bin'.
> 2 is there some package that will give me some GUI controls in
> iceweasel that allow adjustment of brightness/contrast on individual
> What further info do I need to give?
If you save one of the images to disk and then view it in an image
viewer, what results do you get?