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v14.30.0409 - 2014-08-20 09:53 *** Edit Boxes: Now when there is a selection and you press the Left (Right) key the caret will jump to the beginning (end) of the selection and the selection will be removed. Note that the Windows shell itself behaves differently, e.g. Windows Explorer: caret moves one step into the direction, selection is removed. But most modern software seems to behave like the new way -- it seems simply more practical.
Suppose you have to edit the last part of a filename: you have to press F2, then the right arrow to place the caret at the end first, and then the left arrow to go precisely where you want.
Before, you only had to press F2 and the left arrow.
I know that the way it is described depicts a minor situation, but the truth is that the current behaviour makes no sense, at least to me. If you're used to edit contents like this frequently during the day then you sure have noticed this.