The <DELETE> key stopped deleting the currently selected object. Now I have to right click the object and select Delete. This is a lot of work for something that used to be so easy.
For years, I have done the following with more than half my captures:
I Configure Greenshot to launch the editor immediately upon capture.
I Capture a region without moving the cursor out of the region first.
Greenshot opens the editor
Windows sets focus to the editor window
Greenshot selects the cursor object
I Press <DELETE> to remove the cursor
This is an efficient flow: Note that there are only three I's in it. Without the delete key, the last step becomes:
I move the mouse over the selected cursor object
I right click
If I miss and drag a shape handle, I have to go back to the start of this sequence
Greenshot presents a context menu
I position the cursor over Delete
I left click the mouse
If I missed, I cut (not so bad) or reset the size. Not too bad, but I have to go to the start of this flow.
As someone with pronounced familial tremor, I find these extra positioning steps to be a major nuisance.
64-bit Greenshot 220.127.116.11 on Windows 10