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The title pretty much is all I am asking.

I was just writing an answer in which I wanted to use a tag . I wasn't sure if I spelled it correctly hence I clicked it, and rather than opening a new tab it was a redirect in that same window. But if someone is creating a post, is there ever a reason, why someone might want to discard his writing, just to check a part of that "to be written" post? (I think it is same for links by the way)

  • You can always Right Click (If you're using a mouse), then press: "Open link in new tab". It works for me. – Stack Exchange Tornado Dec 5 '18 at 12:16
  • @StackExchangeTornado ofc I can do that. But my point is, why you ever wanted to left click it with current behavior? So why not make it have a useful behavior instead?! – Zaibis Dec 5 '18 at 12:23
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    I also thought of that too, that can also be annoying when I forget to right click. That is why I agree with this. – Stack Exchange Tornado Dec 5 '18 at 12:24

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