I've also tested this for the case of the 'empty buffer' option, although I'm puzzled what exactly that option is meant to achieve and how a user would normally use it interactively. For my test, what I did was evaluate
(w3m-copy-buffer nil nil nil t) from the minibuffer while in an emacs-w3m session, and then view that new tab's history.
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