This change is as a result of popular demand.
In version 9.1 and earlier, after a transaction is added or edited via the cashbook screen, the cashbook screen itself would reload all the transactions again. The down side of this is it was a bit slower, and the cursor would always move down to the bottom of the list again. This was a problem when someone wanted to edit multiple rows, and they had to keep scrolling back up again to find the next row they want to edit.
In version 9.2, when a transaction is edited, the current row on the screen is updated to reflect the new changes. When a new transactions is added it is added to the bottom of the list. It does not reload the entire list.
One disadvantage of this, because the list is sorted, the newly updated or added item may not be in the correct place in the sort order because the row does not get resorted. However closing and reopening the cashbook window will resort the rows into their correct order again.
One exception to this rule is if you edit a transaction and change the bank account. This will still do the full list reload because the transaction is now in the wrong list.