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Author veky
Recipients giampaolo.rodola, gpolo, markroseman, roger.serwy, terry.reedy, veky, wohlganger
Date 2017-07-17.07:54:46
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Hm, interesting. Yes, I admit I didn't even know Firefox behaved in such a way, and I have used Firefox for quite a long time. But I'd say it only proves my point. How will users know about it?

Also: you probably want, when a user clicks on some file to say "Open with IDLE", for it to open in a new tab. There are experienced users (me included) that want it to open in a new window. Can we get a configuration option? Or at least a command line switch? (Like chrome --new-window.)
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