I think everyone claiming that the change wasn't publicized is being extremely sensational. I get the "years of [broken] muscle memory", but be honest.. you wouldn't have liked the change even if it had been clearly announced six months ago. You're (understandably) frustrated, but also trying to heap on unnecessary criticism to make a point of how evil Enpass is. Enpass is not the first, nor will be the last (software) company to make a change individuals don't like. Good companies make changes for the greater good of the entire customer base.
I think the "wacko leftist crap" was directed at me because I used the term "woke". (Apparently my political affiliation and my entire personal values in which I lead me life can be determined on a single word.) Anyways, I don't disagree with your comments. I actually found this thread because, I too, was confused by the change. I even agree with your (very articulate) explanations as to why the user base may be inconvenienced by having to train themselves a new keyboard command. My point was that I simply don't think it's worth getting raged up about (see #Jeetdoh's comments in this entire thread), as if this was a big conspiracy to undermine Enpass users. Life is too short, my friends.
That meme does not apply here. Saying "it's not a bug, it's a feature" is when software developers UNINTENTIONALLY create a error in the software, and try to pass it off as a new feature. In this case, they very much intended to make the change. They provided an explanation as to why they implemented that change; specifically to give the users the ability to define there own shortcuts, and to not interfere with browser/extension shortcuts. (Both of which seem very reasonable to me.) Seriously, folks. Let's reserve the woke comments like "tone deaf" for serious issues like social injustice, and not browser extensions.