The pop-up menu appears when I click on the Edit Portfolio button. Deleting a current portfolio entry works, but nothing happens when I click on the three bar symbol to the left of the stock symbol. There appears to be no way to change anything about the holding unless you delete it completely, then add a new holding to replace it. This is far less useful than the way it used to be. How do you deploy this stuff without verifying basic functionality?
You should really stop trying to 'improve' the website. It's only getting worse. But I guess this is what happens when you put form in front of function. Better Glitzy than useful, right? As long as you get that pop-up subscription request to appear everything is A-OK, am-I-right?
How you expect people to pay for any sort of subscription to a product that doesn't support basic functionality is beyond me.
FWIW, I am running Linux Mint 19.2 64 bit, Mate 1.22.0 desktop environment, and using Firefox 75.0 64 bit.
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