TAG reviewNone; The feature is in a WHATWG specification, and another browser already shipped it.
TAG review statusNot applicable
Is this feature fully tested by web-platform-tests?Yes
Link to entry on the Chrome Platform Statushttps://chromestatus.com/feature/6730096436051968--TAMURA Kent
Software Engineer, Google
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SummaryWhat about the interoperability risk for this part? Is there a use counter or other data indicating it won't break content?It's a good point. Changing the 'display' value to a value other than 'list-item' will hide the marker. According to , 0.23% of the page views might be affected. However, Firefox already has this behavior for years.Ok. That's somewhat high; could you spot-check 10-20 of the pages linked above and verify none are broken?
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