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    David Goebelbecker commented  · 

    I have been researching the same thing for hours now and I'm on Adobe Help Chat but not looking good.

    To me, the ability to determine HOW a hyperlink opens is just as important as the link itself. The fact that code that's been used as an <A> tag modifier since HTML 3 is still not available is amazing to me when I see all the pointless features I never use in InDesign being added. Acrobat has the ability to read it since it's the only current way to set a Target="_blank" to get a new window at the current time. If Acrobat can read it, InDesign should be able to insert in and keep it with the hyperlink library for future updates. This isn't a bug, to me this is a broken feature.

    Here's an additional place to insert your comments and suggestions, since this one doesn't seem to be getting much traction.
    https://indesign.uservoice.com/forums/601021-adobe-indesign-feature-requests/suggestions/37223290-open-hyperlinks-in-new-tab

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    David Goebelbecker commented  · 

    I agree with the speakers below.... the ability to determine HOW a hyperlink opens is just as important as the link itself. The fact that code that's been used as an <A> tag modifier since HTML 3 is still not available is amazing to me when I see all the pointless features I never use in InDesign being added. Acrobat has the ability to read it since it's the only current way to set a Target="_blank" to get a new window at the current time. If Acrobat can read it, InDesign should be able to insert in and keep it with the hyperlink library for future updates. This isn't a bug, to me this is a broken feature.

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