Vivaldi Page Brightness vs. Firefox
dac last edited by
I have noticed a distinct difference in the page brightness between these two browsers. The whites on FF are brighter, giving a decidedly crisper overlook and feel. Is this a Chromium issue and Firefox simply is a better renderer? Or am I missing a setting somewhere?
dLeon last edited by dLeon
Just my opinion. Might be Chromium original feature or maybe problem. Depended to who see it. I'm on Linux/Debian; in this very same page I notice slight pink hue in Vivaldi & Chromium while on Firefox it looks Gamma White (actually over bright & make the font looks thin & gray). I'm not favorite one or the other.
Nevermind, it seem my Video Card. After I Alt+Tab a view time the gamma become same.
Njol last edited by Njol
For me, this page has the same colours in Firefox and Vivaldi.
Interestingly, the title of the topic isn't bold in Firefox, and there's a small 't' icon next to 'vivaldi translator' that Vivaldi doesn't display.
edit: my adblocker for Vivaldi seems to block that icon since it pretends to be related to tumblr for whatever reason.
edit 2: both browsers report a font weight of 500 for the title, but apparently don't render this the same way.
I can see no difference.
Cant see a difference between Vivaldi an Firefox.
It is always White RBG 255/255/255.
I measured it with a calibrated High End Eizo screen and a colorimeter.
dac last edited by
I confirmed what Gwen-Dragon states: white rgb 255,255,255 - hex #ffffff on both. It seems to be a brightness matter. On my high end Dell monitor Firefox is brighter and the text more crisp. I see the difference in font crispness in the Bookmark Bar text etc. in both browsers as well, although I do not have the blurry issue so many have trouble with. Just clearer, crisper text and brighter whites on Firefox.
kumiponi last edited by
The Contrast Adjustment setting in Settings -> Appearance is supposed to affect only the UI elements, not web pages, right?
Dietrich last edited by
For those who have a compatible Nvidia Video Card and compatible monitor:
To get a very crips image in all of Windows, go to:
Nvidia Control Panel - Display - Change resolution - Apply the following settings - Output dynamic range - Change from Limited to Full.