Something changed with `Solve`

between versions 12.1 and 12.2.

**12.1:**

`Solve[n == n E^(r (1 - n)), n] (* Solve::ifun -- Inverse functions are being used by Solve, so some solutions may not be found; use Reduce for complete solution information. *) (* {{n -> 0}, {n -> 1}} *) $ Assumptions = {n >= 0}; Solve[n == n E^(r (1 - n)), n] (* Solve::ifun -- Inverse functions are being used by Solve, so some solutions may not be found; use Reduce for complete solution information. *) (* {{n -> 0}, {n -> 1}} *) `

**12.2:**

`Solve[n == n E^(r (1 - n)), n] (* Solve::ifun -- Inverse functions are being used by Solve, so some solutions may not be found; use Reduce for complete solution information. *) (* {{n -> 0}, {n -> 1}} *) $ Assumptions = {n >= 0}; Solve[n == n E^(r (1 - n)), n] `

Is this an improvement or a bug? It seems hard for the condition `ConditionalExpression[1, Re[r] == 0 || Re[r] > 0 || Re[r] < 0]`

not to hold, but maybe I’m overlooking something.

Two work-arounds:

`$ Assumptions = {n >= 0, r \[Element] Reals}; Solve[n == n E^(r (1 - n)), n] Solve[n == n E^(r (1 - n)), n, Reals] `

both give `{{n -> 0}, {n -> 1}}`

(no `Solve::ifun`

either).

Another example, not fixable by including `Reals`

:

`$ Assumptions = {n1 >= 0, n2 >= 0}; Solve[0 == n1 (1 - n1 - 0.5 n2), n1] `