As an power user I want to be able to skip the bridge in order to make the edits on Wikidata directly.
We are overwriting the usual browser behavior for the bridge edit links so the bridge opens even with special keys ((ctrl, shift, ...)) + link click. We should not do this and obey the browser's setting. By default this would be open the Wikidata Item in a new tab or window.
GIVEN a Bridge-enabled edit link
WHEN shift-clicking or ctrl-clicking the edit link
THEN the Item opens in a new window or tab respectively
- shift-clicking and ctrl-clicking on a bridge-enabled edit link opens the Item in a new tab/window (or other behaviour depending on the user's browser setting)
- the Item that is opened is the one that contains the statements the edit link is for
Special keys (ctrl, shift, ...), when pressed during a link click, can customize the behavior (e.g. opening a link in a new browser tab) of the browser. This can be controlled on a user level.
We should probably not react to clicks on bridge links - in our custom fashion (i.e. bridge overlay) - if, at the time of the click, such notorious keys were pressed. Instead the native browser behavior (what ever that is) should take place.