Only 100 accounts shown on Settings page


I guess I'm sort of a Mint power user - I have ~135 accounts configured in Mint. I realize this is a bit outside the norm.

I used to have no problem dealing with these accounts. However, now, on the settings page, I'm only able to see 100 of the accounts. 35 are completely missing from the settings page. 

These missing accounts are still visible on the main sidebar, in transactions, etc. It's just the settings page where they are missing.

This started a few weeks ago, at the same time as the change to the "new" settings page instead of the "old" accounts page.

(I did check the network requests and there is an API call to I suspect that "limit=100" is a big part of this issue.)

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