/// Flags used by INewWindowManager::EvaluateNewWindow.
/// These values are taken into account in the decision of whether to display a pop-up window.
/// No information Present
None = 0x0,
/// The page is unloading. This flag is set in response to the onbeforeunload and onunload events.
/// Some pages load pop-up windows when you leave them rather than when you enter. This flag is used to identify those situations.
Unloading = 0x1,
/// The call to INewWindowManager::EvaluateNewWindow is the result of a user-initiated action
/// (a mouse click or key press). Use this flag in conjunction with the NWMF_FIRST_USERINITED flag
/// to determine whether the call is a direct or indirect result of the user-initiated action.
UserInited = 0x2,
/// When NWMF_USERINITED is present, this flag indicates that the call to
/// INewWindowManager::EvaluateNewWindow is the first query that results from this user-initiated action.
/// Always use this flag in conjunction with NWMF_USERINITED.
UserFirstInited = 0x4,
/// The override key (ALT) was pressed. The override key is used to bypass the pop-up manager�allowing
/// all pop-up windows to display�and must be held down at the time that INewWindowManager::EvaluateNewWindow is called.
OverrideKey = 0x8,
/// The new window attempting to load is the result of a call to the showHelp method. Help is sometimes displayed in a separate window,
/// and this flag is valuable in those cases.
ShowHelp = 0x10,
/// The new window is a dialog box that displays HTML content.
HtmlDialog = 0x20,
/// Indicates that the EvaluateNewWindow method is being called through a marshalled Component Object Model (COM) proxy
/// from another thread. In this situation, the method should make a decision and return immediately without performing
/// blocking operations such as showing modal user interface (UI). Lengthy operations will cause the calling thread to
/// appear unresponsive.
FromProxy = 0x40
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