mint quickview stop working

I have the mint quickview on my mac since last May and it worked fine most of the time. However this morning it stopped updating my data files. I can login to my account via web or my iPhone, so it is not the problem of my account. I tried to re-install the app, this time whenever I tried to login, it just crushed. I restarted my macbook air (Yosemite) and the mint quickview got frozen and took up 100% CPU time directly. I like this app, but something must be wrong.

Feb.27 update: I checked this morning and the mint quickview seems to be working again.

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Yes, QuickView isn't working and we have to wait until it's fixed, but please don't add anymore answers that just say "me too", because it emails everyone else following this issue who only want to be emailed when it's fixed. Instead, please just click the "+ Me too" link at the top (before the first answer). This accomplishes two things:

1. Notifies Mint Support that you're also experiencing the issue

2. Causes you to get email updates when an answer is posted.

This is very useful, but only if the email updates correspond to actual answers, which in this case will probably only come from Mint Support. So please stop posting answers that just say "me too", or else people who are experiencing the issue (myself included) WON'T click the "+ Me too" link because of all the unhelpful emails you're causing, and Mint Support won't see how many people this is affecting.

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