Re: [csswg-drafts] [css-lists-3] Inconsist `counter()` syntax between CSS 2 and 3 (#5795)

It was already agreed on to make `none` an invalid value in #4163.

As the definition in CSS Lists 3 supercedes the one in CSS 2 (and CSS 2.2) and already excludes `none` as well as all CSS-wide keywords, I think nothing needs to be done here.

_If_ something needs to be corrected, it is [CSS 2.2 that still says that `counter(x, none)` yields an empty string]( instead of making it invalid.


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