I recently bought my first wide gamut monitor (Eizo CS420) and calibrated it using a Spyder4Pro. Everything appears to be working great in Lightroom and Photoshop, and I can finally appreciate the difference between sRGB and ProPhotoRGB, for example.
However, Chrome (43.0.2357.65) appears to ignore my monitor's profile - all pictures/color elements are wildly oversaturated, regardless of whether I've exported them from LR with sRGB, AdobeRGB or ProPhotoRGB.
When I do the Web browser color management test, there is no difference between sRGB and ProPhotoRGB - both color bars are at maximum saturation.
In Firefox, only the ProPhotoRGB bars are fully saturated, the sRGB bars look more subdued (as expected - it's about what fully saturated bars look like on my old monitor). I guess when you're watching the images in this question on a correctly calibrated monitor, they will look dull...
To summarize, it appears to me that Chrome does interpret embedded ICC profiles from images, but it outputs them as if targeting an sRGB display. Am I wrong about this? Could I have setup my monitor incorrectly (if so, where would I need to check this?) Or is this Chrome's fault? Can I do anything about this?