Improved: When opening a file (not previewing), if the browser did not recognize this file type (ie. it has no default viewer for it), it would show open/save file dialog as expected. However as a side-effect, a blank window was being left open. This window is normally used by browser to display supported file types inline/embedded. However there was no reliable way to detect if the browser actually displayed the file via its plugins or showed open/save dialog, thus we were leaving the window open. Finally we developed a workaround to detect this in a cross-browser way. From now on, if the window is blank, it will be closed automatically.
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