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However I've noticed that Firefox will request cursor files several times. I'm not posting this so much as Firefox's interaction with weird CSS but as I may be curious if this is an attempt to increase it's perceived market share when ratios are measured simply by hits? I of course use Firefox and I am wondering if it's not a proper mimetype in contrast for example.
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I am wondering if it's not a proper mimetype in contrast for example.
I'm not sure of the gist of your question here - are you wondering if the page mime type is influencing Firefox behavior or the mime type of the cursor files themselves?
While I know relative ratio (my heavy use of Firefox versus someone's light use of IE) does not represent actual statistics of the browser market shares that is how they are measured ultimately as no one can go to all the internet access points on Earth and manually count who is using what browser.