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    Hy all,
    I've just implemented an HtmlEditor in a TabPanel and noticed that the links that can be created don't work. This means they are underlined and look like a link, also the <a> tag is set in the source, but the text can't be clicked. In FF and Chrome the link can be opened through a right-click and then "open in a new tab". But in IE it won't work at all.

    Is there any solution, so that the link can be opened through a mouse click in all browsers? I've read somewhere that a link can only be opened in Gecko Browsers through a right-click. Is that true?

    Thx

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    Do you have solution for this? using chrome!
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