So..upon further review...this appears to be a general event handled by "current" browsers. Shift-Click a link and it opens in a new tab/window.--
So I guess I would like to trap the event before it gets to the DOM/window layer? I tried adding a CellPreviewHandler and checking whether it's a shift-click, and if so, canceling the event and stopPropagation() on the NativeEvent, but this doesn't seem to have any effect. Is there a different handler/place that I should be trapping the shift (and ctrl) click events?
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