What is the reason for the disimproved standard offerings?
When entering a place using the old algorithm for populating the standards drop-down, such as when adding a person or a conclusion using Source Linker, I only need to type as far as "Bana, Kom" in order for the correct entry of "Bana, Komárom, Hungary" to show up in the drop-down. (It's a ways down, after a bunch of things that match fewer characters of what I've typed, but at least it's there.)
When using the new algorithm, such as when adding a conclusion on the new person page, I have to finish typing the entire county in order for the correct entry to show up on the list. At the "Bana, Ko" point, not a single offering is on the correct continent. The later jurisdiction (which has the wrong county) shows up at the very bottom of the list at "Bana, Kom", and moves up a few places for "Bana, Komá" through "Bana, Komáro", but until I type that final 'm', there is no sign of the correct entry.
What is the reasoning behind this serious disimprovement? Why is the algorithm failing to offer a choice that matches every single character I've typed, while offering a gazillion choices that match less than half of it? And more to the point, could this change please be reverted?