Mint quickview is not working. Has told me for weeks that it can't login to server.I've checked login, and I can login fine on webpage.

I'm on OS/Maverick.  Change may have occurred when I updated the operating system.  Known QuickView issues?

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Yeah, unfortunately they've discontinued it - https://mint.lc.intuit.com/questions/1244369-discontinuing-the-mac-quickview-app. Rather than just stop supporting it they've actually shut it down completely.


It's a shame. Quickview wasn't perfect but it was a great way to have a quick overview of things. Checking accounts via the website just adds an extra step and so takes that much longer, and getting my phone out to check the app takes even longer. Doesn't look like there's much option though I guess.

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