no longer retaining splits of transactions

Mint has always been very glitchy when inputing splits, which is very frustrating when you have a 15+ item split of a deposit.

Now I do the split, which takes about 15 minutes, and hit "I'm done" and nothing happens, nothing splits, the transaction is unaffected. I edit it again, hit split, and I'm back at the beginning.

I'm on the newest release of Firefox, Mac OS 10.8.5.

For me to use mint, this needs to work! Any suggestions?


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I've also had those same exact split issues.  Other split issues I see are - I create the split and it saves successfully.  Then days later the split is gone.  It's like the transactions we re-downloaded from the financial institution and over-wrote whatever change had already been done.

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