A lot of things have changed in SSMS since it became a separate product and they continue to "ditz" with it and, so far, a lot of it has been, IMHO, "negative" changes where old but nice features are going away one by one. For example, I like to "color" all constants, whether they be strings or numbers, the same color Red. That works just fine in SSMS but now when you copy code from SSMS to Word or PowerPoint (which I do a lot), the correct colors no longer "travel" with the copy and paste.
It's frustrating as hell but we're at the whims of others and I've given up on suggestions and fault reporting to the various Microsoft teams. After all, we ARE talking about the people that removed SQL Diagrams (and thankfully put back), the DEBUG feature (which a lot of other people depended on), people that thought a string splitter with no element ordinal, thought FORMAT would be a good addition even though they apparently never thought to test it for performance, though EOMonth would be useful but not SOMonth, etc, etc, ad infinitum.