A conflict between extensions arise when you have themes or extensions that
remove things that XKit needs to operate, have different extensions
that try to do the same thing, or have different versions XKit.
I've seen so many people complaining that XKit was not working
correctly, only for them to say that it started working when they've
disabled or removed the other dashboard themes or other Tumblr
extensions they have installed. Some extensions, especially dashboard
themes, either remove items from the page,
or have problematic or buggy code that can prevent XKit from operating
What should I do?
In order for XKit to work correctly, it is highly recommended
(or mandatory, if you have different versions of XKit installed)
to remove extensions. While removing other extensions are
optional, I recommend removing them, especially if you run into
problems installing or using XKit.
How can I remove extensions?
It's really easy.
Click on the "three lines" button on top right
Select Settings menu option
Select Extensions from the left menu
Click on the trash button and click Remove
Click on the Safari menu on menu bar
Click on Preferences
Click on Extensions
Click on any extension you want to remove and click Uninstall or uncheck the Enable box