add transaction button disappears

When I go to my initial Transactions page, the "add transaction" button and menu appears, until the page finishes loading, and then the button suddenly disappears and I can't get it to come back (unless I reload the page, but then it just disappears again)! What's happening? 



I apologize for any inconvenience caused by the button for adding transactions suddenly disappearing, that certainly is strange.  It's not a known issue so it sounds browser related.  Try clearing your cookies & cache, making sure Java & Flash are up to date, and also make sure the browser is up to date (as we only support the latest 2 version of any browser).  If none of that fixes it, try in a different browser to see if you're still having trouble.  If so, please use the contact mint form to report this to our support team for further investigation:


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