Over saturated colors in Photoshop.com

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I've had a Photoshop.com account for awhile and would really like to use it as a place to share my photos. The problem I am having is, everything I upload to Photoshop.com the colors in the pictures are overly saturated. The pictures are generated from Export in the Library module of Lightroom 4.2 as JPGs at 2048 pixels on the long edge. The quality is set to 100 and the color space is sRGB. I've uploaded from within Photoshop.com as well as using the Photoshop.com plug-in in Publish Services with the same results. The generated photos look fine in Lightroom and in the Lightroom Slideshow as well as in Photoshop CS 6. I've verified the color space is sRGB in Photoshop. BTW: I'm using a Mac Pro with Mac OS X 10.7.5 and Safari as my browser. Any ideas? I know I can reduce the saturation by editing in Photoshop.com but that's a pain for photos I've already spent considerably time making right in the first place.
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So, is no one else seeing this problem? I also see over saturated colors when saving a slideshow to PDF from Lightroom 4.2. It doesn't seem to matter what file type the originals where. Help!!!
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Hello Kenneth, Yes, I have the same problem with photoshop. They are fine in Bridge/Camera Raw, but then when I open them in PhotoShop, the color is oversaturated and off.
Were you able to find a solution to your problem?
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This topic was about photoshop.com, not Photoshop.
And it was caused by bad color management in the user's browser.

See other topics about fixing your display profile and color settings in Photoshop.

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