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Thanks for the clarification! My LGTM1 stands.
Just to clarify: inspecting a FormData object isn't the only way to observe this change. If you call fetch() with a FormData body, have a form-associated custom element whose submission value is a FormData, or modify a form's entry list through the FormData object passed in the formdata event, before this change you could end up with unnormalized entries in the form payloads, since early normalization doesn't apply and the FormData methods don't normalize entries. Since late normalization happens at the point of encoding the form payload as the corresponding enctype, those cases will now be normalized. It's still an extremely obscure case, though.
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