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bug#11364: [debbugs-tracker] Processed: severity 11364 wishlist

From: Drew Adams
Subject: bug#11364: [debbugs-tracker] Processed: severity 11364 wishlist
Date: Wed, 11 Jul 2012 14:05:42 -0700

> In Emacs 22 (or prior):
> emacs -Q
> M-x delete-selection-mode ; turn it on
> Double click a word, sexp, line, or what have you.  Or select 
> the region some other way.  The point is to get an active region.
> Use `left', `right', `up', or `down' cursor keys (or `C-f' 
> etc. if you prefer). The region stays active and is extended
> (or restricted).
> This useful, standard Emacs feature was lost starting with 
> Emacs 23.  Now, moving the cursor deactivates the region.
> It should not, at least not in `delete-selection-mode'.

Based on the definitions of "wishlist" and "normal" severity, I reclassified
this easily reproducible regression as "normal".

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