> h. Bracketed paste mode is enabled by default.
> If so, it looks like this "feature" can be disabled. How?

The way to disable bracketed paste mode is presumably to place this in .inputrc:
set enable-bracketed-paste off

But DON'T do this! Bracketed paste mode is an important safety measure
against malicious or accidental pastes that contain embedded newlines.
See https://thejh.net/misc/website-terminal-copy-paste .

What you should be looking for is to preserve bracketed paste mode, yet
revert to no highlighting, or customize the highlighting colors. I don't
know how to do that because I haven't studied this new bash "feature"
yet. If you look it up and find it, please post the answer here :)

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