Problem with "view transactions" from the budget screen

When I am in the budget screen and I click the magnifying glass to view a filtered list of transactions associated with this budget item it takes me to an unfiltered list of transactions (same as if I clicked the transactions screen after logging in). 

I have used this many times in the past without issue so I wonder if there is a bug.   

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If you are having this problem, please contact Mint Support to open a work request for them to address this issue. If they do not hear from us directly (not just by posting on the community forums), they do not work on it.  Go to this link https://www.mint.com/contact-mint and explain the problem you are having.  Good luck!

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