I can't seem to categorize on transaction line but only on ambiguous word "Direct" which does me no good.

In the beginning, the categorization and Manage Rules has been really useable for most things.   For a couple years now, however, many transactions are getting categorized based on the word "Direct" for direct withdrawals instead of on, for instance, "DISCOVER E-PAYMENTDirect Debit-DISCOVER E-PAYMENT"  Note that this more verbose, explicit name /does show/ in the transaction categorization dialog as can be seen in the screenshot below, so I don't get why I can't manage rules based on it.

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