Welcome to the forum Cadarn, glad to have you though sorry to hear you're having problems. So they did replace your transmission? What they mean by "learned" is the fact that yes, your vehicle's computer does actually learn how you drive, more so in the case of the engine rather than the trans., which is referred to as "block learn." Things like short runs vs. highway driving, excessive idling etc. are stored in the computer.
When the transmission was replaced, presumably and hopefully, with a new unit, yes, the computer is going to have "re-learn" the new trans in order that it will work with your engine, and a computer reflash should be enough to take care of that.
In your case, since you were having the problem before the trans was replaced, I would think they would have started there before replacing the trans. As for the CEL, did they check it for codes? That's the best place to start looking is to see what codes, if any, are stored, but good luck and be sure to keep us posted.
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