The "Select a comparison" feature is broken on the "Trends" section of Mint.
When viewing the "Trends" section, in every graph the "Select a comparison" drop-down is broken. Neither hovering nor clicking on it does anything. It used to provide the option to compare to a previous year or period. Now it just sits there and nothing shows up.
This has been broken for me for weeks. I use the most recent versions of both Chrome and Safari on my Mac (running 10.10.4), and Chrome on Windows 7. The bug appears everywhere.
As you can see from the attached file, the element in question id="menu-compare" is getting a "top" and "left" offset added to it when hidden. This offset should go away when it is hovered over and its class changes from "menu hide" to simply "menu". The top & left offsets should be zeroed out.
Instead, the offsets remain even in the active, hovered state, which prevents the menu from showing up.
A workaround is to overwrite the CSS in Chrome's console by entering this command:
This should be a trivially easy fix for Mint engineers.