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…t and actual editable text auto select detection behavior. Re #15836. (#15848)

Addresses initial flaw found in #15837

Summary of the issue:
Turns out both XAML editable text and editable text auto-select detection behavior must be removed to let emoji panel items be announced when using arrow keys.

Description of user facing changes
Windows 11 emoji panel items can be reported when using arrow keys.

Description of development approach
Both XAML editable text and editable text with auto-select detection behavior must be removed when handling Windows 11 emoji panel text field to allow arrow keys to work when reviewing emoji panel entries. I'm sure there is a more elegant solution.


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