Now the help link on the top bar leads to
#, like this:
<a title="Help Center and other resources" class="icon-help js-help-button" href="#"> help <span class="triangle"></span> </a>
Please link it to help, like this:
<a title="Help Center and other resources" class="icon-help js-help-button" href="/help"> help <span class="triangle"></span> </a>
That way if I will need to open help center to provide some references, I will be able to just middle-click it and have help center in new tab. Now clicking help while writing custom close reason can close the dialog for me, destroying what I wrote, and that's not a good thing...
It will not interfere with current functionality, as far as I have tested it. It seems existing code already cancels default browser action anyway.
On normal click it does popup the box all right, even with