Unable to add new tags as the tag list window goes beyond the bottom border of the Mint web page and the "add new tags" button is not visible.

I am unable to add new tags for my transactions as the tag list window goes beyond the bottom border of the Mint web page and the "add new tags" button is not visible. The tag list can be accessed by clicking on Edit Tags button in the Edit Details button for any transaction. By bottom border I mean the the bottom part of the Mint page that has copyright info along with Norton Secured and Privacy Feedback logos. Also, the tags list window itself does not have a scroll bar and it is frozen in place on the screen so I can't move it up or down. This is a severe hindrance for someone like me who wants to track spending using tags. The issue is the same across FireFox, Google Chrome and Safari browsers. I am hoping to find if others have experienced this issue and how did they handle it.

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