IPhoto exporting issues, doesn't keep color settings?

I have a weird problem.
If I export a picture from iPhoto, the resulting file doesn't look the same way as the original. At least not in Firefox and other web browsers (IE?). It DOES look like the original in iPhoto, Preview and Safari though.
Here's an example; Original in iPhoto, export in Preview and Firefox are the same file:
You can clearly see that the Firefox view is more pale.
Latest version of iPhoto.
Tried both with NEF raw and jpg as originals.
MacBook Pro 15" Mac OS X (10.4.6) 2 GHz

That's a question for the Firefox people really. The profiles are attached, that's why the pic looks the same in iPhoto Safari and Preview. It's a case of getting Firefox to respect them.

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