Custom Dates in Trends not working

Odd, I know I have seen this question before on the forum, but when I search for it using any of the tags I can't find it. WTF?

So, Mint had acknowledged that Custom Dates in Trends isn't working properly (problems range from not being able to open the Custom filter at all, to opening it but not being able to click on the calendar dates). For a few days it seemed to work and I thought all was well, but alas it is defunct once again. In many ways Mint is great, but sometimes I wonder if the time I waste trying to work around issues such as this is really worth it.

And now when I try to add some tags to this post, it won't let me add the ones I think are useful. I tried to type in "custom dates" or "custom trends" and it would accept "currencyconversion" or nothing else. When I tried to type "filter", all it would accept was "findaccount". Again, WTF!!! Now that Mint has changed the Community Forum, even that doesn't work as it should. It wasn't broke before, so why muck with it???

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