JavaScript Trigger ngf-select programmatically

I have a directive that should open file picker window when a controller variable changes. Here is the snippet of the directive:

angular.module('settingsInternal')
    .directive('triggerUpload', function ($timeout) {
      return {
        restrict: 'A',
        link: function (scope, element) {
          scope.$watch('mainCtrl.watchedVariable', function (variable) {
            if (variable) {
              $timeout(function () {
                element.triggerHandler('click');
              }, 20);
            }
          });
        }
      };
    });

The problem I'm having is that I cant trigger the ngf-select on the div. It works perfectly fine when manually clicking on the div, and the watch function calls element.triggerHandler('click') properly. I have wasted several hours trying to figure out the reason why this doesn't work, if someone had a similar problem please help me figure out where the problem lies.

P.s. Dont pay attention to variable names, they are for demonstrational purposes.

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