Pro Series state electronic estimates-is this a glitch?

My states require e-payment of estimates for partnerships, corps and S corps, and I program them in the Federal Info Worksheet Part VI, all 4 quarters, and they show in the state Info W/S, Part VII(i.e. NJ).

BUT THE E-FILE HOME BASE DOES NOT SHOW THEM ANY MORE. If the federal w/s has all 4 qtrs checked, and the 2nd quarter payment was e-filed in June, there is no indication on the E-File HB that the 3rd qtr can be e-filed. None!

I cannot e-file the 3rd qtr pmt because it doesn't show up in the E-F HB.

I figured out how to change this by removing the 1st & 2nd qtr check boxes in the federal Info W/S, go to the state, save and exit, and then the 3rd qtr pmt appears in the E-F HB.

This seems to be a new problem this year, and I missed a few 2nd qtr pmts because they did not appear in the E-F HB.

Any thoughts?

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