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Chrome 61.XX With Koken's Backend Weird Graphics

Ronald N. Tan

Sep 11, 2017 04:57PM EDT

With the recent version of Google Chrome—even running in Incognito Mode—does anyone see "uneven in graphic tones" when logging into your Koken Admin? I'm on a calibrated monitor and I see what appears to be patches of an unfinished work on the background. With Firefox and Edge, everything looks normal as expected.

My Chrome is 61.0.3163.79 (Official Build) (64-bit).

In other words, the grays and near-black color scheme in Koken Admin look like it was botched up with discontinuous appearances.

Am I the only one that realize this oddity?

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Ronald N. Tan

Sep 13, 2017 03:04PM EDT

I don't know what happened, but the weird appearance went away. Now the Admin's black theme look continuous and normal. Also...the main Koken wallpaper made up of "Koken" logo at the main login for Admin appears smooth now. Before, I could see the rings around...circular gradient of light at the center and darkness going out.

I reset my Chrome settings. That didn't fix it. Then, I uninstalled Chrome and re-installed Version 61.0.3163.79 (Official Build) (64-bit). I didn't have any extraordinary extensions running. Just the usual Ad Block, Fireshot (for screenshots), HootSuite extension, Bitly, etc.

I'm glad the glitch-y appearance went away.
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Ronald N. Tan

Sep 23, 2017 02:51PM EDT

I figured out what was causing the oddities. In the past, I have used the "ICC" viewing conditions in the Control Panel's Color Management settings in my Windows 10.

Now, it seems, Chome 61.XX is only seeking the sRGB viewing. My justification was that my monitor calibration of 5800K or 5900K was close to D50/D55, hence the ICC viewing condition.

If anyone is seeing weird artifacts in the dark greys or that their greys have a slight reddish tint when viewed in Chrome, check the "Viewing Condition" setting in the Control Panel of Windows 10. It will be under the "Color Management."

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