Google Web Toolkit support

Can someone please tell me why Google Web Toolkit is not supported by Mint.  I have see several complaints about Mint's inability to log in to sites that use this platform.  For me specifically I cannot access my mortgage information through Roundpoint Mortgage.  This is very disappointing as my mortgage is a huge part of my finances and I would like to see it incorporated into my Mint account.



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My question is WHY Mint chooses not to support Google's script.  Lots of sites out there use Google Web Toolkit so I see this being an issue for many websites that Mint users would want to access.  I have been using Mint for years and the beauty of it is that it allows you to see your entire financial picture in one place.  If certain financial sites are not supported by Mint then this cannot be achieved.  Is there any plan to add support for this script? If not there should be a way to manually enter loans in Mint so that users can keep track of ALL of their finances.

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