I’ve had a lot of problems lately with Save for Web producing colors that are slightly different than my source PSD. After finally losing my mind I set out to find a solution. The most direct discussion about the issue I could find was at www.viget.com. The gist of the article discusses doing these three things: Close anything that is open in Photoshop and click Edit > Color Settings. From there switch the color profile to Monitor Color and uncheck Ask When Opening. Click View > Proof Setup > Monitor RGB Now when clicking Save for Web, uncheck Convert to sRGB. This item may be a check box or underneath the little arrow on the top right depending on Photoshop version For me, these changes did the trick, now my gifs and jpgs are as close to the original as my compression settings will allow. MUCH more discussion in the comments here: http://www.viget.com/inspire/the-mysterious-save-for-web-color-shift/
Stumbled across a funny little problem with SharePoint and Firefox today. Turns out that with some master pages, Firefox has a problem responding to the “enter key” when using the SearchBoxEx control. In these cases, hitting enter just refreshes the page. I only noticed it because a recent client wanted to hide the Search button. So, it turns out that this problem is actually solved in default.master where Microsoft use two unassuming lines of uncommented code: <input type="text" name="__spDummyText1" style="display:none;" size=1/> <input type="text" name="__spDummyText2" style="display:none;" size=1/> All you have to do is add these two lines to your custom master page anywhere before the final tag. Thanks to SteveNG for the blog post that solved this for me.