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Don't break browser's right-click functionality in AEC

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19-03-2020

Steps to reproduce:

  1. Open the AEC homepage at https://experience.adobe.com/#/@companyname/home.
  2. Right-click “Target” and open in a new tab --> because I want to keep AEC homepage available to access other products.
  3. In the new tab, the browser attempts to load https://experience.adobe.com/#/@companyname/home/target.
 
Expected result:
The browser eventually reaches https://experience.adobe.com/#/@companyname/target/activities, just as it would if you had left-clicked Target icon in the AEC homepage.
 
Actual result:
The browser stays at https://experience.adobe.com/#/@companyname/home/target in the new tab.
right click user interface