Search iView which opens result in a new Window

Hi all,
I want to create a KM Search iView which opens the search result in a new window like in the search of the header of the portal! Does anybody know how to do this? I can't find any property in the Search Option Sets or Searchresult Layouts!

   You can try with this:
   You can create a new iview from template.
   Then, edit it and one of its field is: Layout Set for Search Results, here you can specify your layout.
   I mean, you can duplicate SearchResultLayoutSet standard layout set. (system administration->system configuration->km->cm->user interface->setting->layout.
After that, you modify its Resource Renderer. There you can see Target Window Type field (show advanced options), replace blank value by self ( The resource is opened in the same window)

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