This is a small thing, but it bugs me. I use Quicken to balance my checkbook. It remembers payees so that if you type the first few characters, it fills in the rest. But if there are two payees, one a prefix of the other, it chooses the longer one rather than the shorter one.
For example, I have both “AT+T” and “AT+T Wireless” in my remembered list. When I type “AT”, it fills in with “AT+T Wireless”. Shouldn’t it choose the first entry in the list, and don’t dictionary rules say that “AT+T” should come first? Is there a good reason for this behavior, or is my annoyance justified?