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Subject: UKNM: Re: Is the Mac coming back?
From: Rod Begbie
Date: Thu, 25 Nov 1999 10:54:18 GMT

> Has anyone else noticed the Macintosh percentage of their audience
> climbing recently?

StatMarket (http://www.statmarket.com/) only show about 3% of web users as
being on MacOS, from a total daily sample of 34million. The chart of
historical data for the year
(http://www.statmarket.com/SMHT?c=OS_War&i1=Macintosh&m=30&p=327) shows very
little change.

If anyone out there has a decent size of access_log to hand, i'd be
interested in knowing which percentage of Mac users use Netscape vs IE. A
friend of mine (Disclaimer: Not someone working here, a friend back home)
was working on a site recently which has a fair smidge of
validating-fields-style Javascript on it. It worked fine in IE4+ and
Netscape 4+ on Windows, but only in Netscape on Mac (IE didn't stop the
user using the site, it just wasn't validating 100% accurately at the client


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