When I reset a sub category (Gas) its budget goes to 0 for the month, but the parent category (Auto) does not change


I budgeted 60 for gas, and 40 for service, so 100 for Auto in January. I only spend 50 in gas and 0 in service. The next month I see -50/100 for Auto, -10/60 for Gas, and -40/40 for Service. Perfect. I decide I want to reset gas to 0. Gas is 0/60, service -40/40, but auto is still -50/100 when it should be -40/100. The parent categories do not properly reflect the "reset rollover to 0" function that occurred on sub-categories

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