Currency format scroll menu (or any scroll menus): a better way to find the one you need
Searching for currencies in the format menu is a pain, probably because of the sheer amount of options.
For example, try finding "R$ Portuguese (Brazil)" on that menu. It's really small, so I can only look a small number of entries at a given time. I mean, I generally remember vaguely the name of the format. For instance, with Brazilian Reais I know that there's an R and a $ at the beginning, and also that Brazil and Portuguese appear somewhere in the name. However, if I type R the menu goes to "ROL", and if I type $ it goes to "$U". It doesn't work either if I try and write them both (R first), or "portuguese" or "brazil". In conclusion, typing is no help to getting where I want faster. My suggestion is to make a smarter typing system, where if you type fast enough a word, or part of it, the menu searches for that string in the name of all the entries of the menu, instead of just in the beginning. So, if I type "brazil" (which is the most obvious word for me to use), the menu would take me to "R$ Portuguese (Brazil)" or any other which has the word "brazil" in it (ignoring case). It would be something akin to the grep command in unix, a sort of regex (fuzzy?) search.
Jan Onesork commented
I agree 100 %. It would benefical A) to have an option to filter the list by searching or B) to show last selected options on the top