Everything Else suddenly snowing massive negative amounts in rollover.

In the last few days, Everything Else is suddenly showing a massive "negative amount spent in the previous month". This goes back in time as far as I can pull up historical budgets for.

I do have Roll Over enabled on Everything Else, but had always adjusted the amount allocated to keep it near 0. I noticed Saturday when I logged in that "Everything Else" now showed a very large "-$4299 under as of last month". All previous months for the last 12 months also show a very large "under as of last month" when they should be much closer to 0.

What happened to Everything Else rollovers? Is a fix on the way?

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