How do you configure the schedule view to show by Project?

When following the instructions here:  https://confluence.atlassian.com/jiraportfolioserver/using-the-timeline-802170554.html, 

it will now display the two projects that feed into my Plan.  It keeps popping back to Global and displaing all work items along a single timeline.

How can I get it to display by project as shown in the example at the above link?

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Hi dhoffman,

The link you provided is not working.

After selecting Schedule-> Schedule Setting (wheel symbol beside Schedule) -> Project

Thank you for responding.  That link isn't working because a bunch of ancillary characters got inserted somehow.  I'll try repasting that link below, but I'm thinking the same thing will happen.

If you delete everything after html it takes you to the wiki page.  I do see those instructions there, but when I click on Projects it Defaults immediately back to Global.  

Have you seen this behavior?  I'm running Portfolio for JIRA 2.2.6 on JIRA 7.3.6.

https://confluence.atlassian.com/jiraportfolioserver/using-the-timeline-802170554.html

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