Currently if a url appears in a response value, it looks like it's clickable. The mouse cursor changes to a hand when hovering it, and the url becomes underlined. However, clicking it either doesn't do anything or puts the value into editing mode (depends on the kind of value - irrelevant). Same for ctrl+click, shift+click and alt+click.
In many applications where regular click is supposed to already do something, it requires the user to ctrl+click to follow the link, so it doesn't interfere with normal clicks. Please implement that. Having a link behave *as if* it's clickable and then be not cickable, feels like someone did a very good but unfinished job.
Ctrl+clicking it should follow the URL and open it. Probably best to do so in a new tab.
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Thank you for the report! I can reproduce that on my machine.
I reported a bug so it's not forgotten here in the noise and we've it under our radar: