I have the extension Simple Browsing Schedule installed on both an old Windows 10 PC and my new one running Windows 11. It works fine on the Windows 10 machine, but when … (funda kabanzi)
I have the extension Simple Browsing Schedule installed on both an old Windows 10 PC and my new one running Windows 11. It works fine on the Windows 10 machine, but when I click the extension's icon on my Windows 10 machine, nothing happens. Clicking that is supposed to bring up a window where you can set a schedule for sites to open automatically.
Here’s what I’ve tried so far:
- Disabled all other extensions to see if it was a conflict issue.
- Uninstalled and re-installed Simple Browsing Schedule.
- Tried a fresh Firefox profile, only installing Simple Browsing Schedule.
None of the above worked. My other extensions seem to be working normally, including the others that have their own windows that appear when I click their icons on the toolbar. Is there something about Windows 11 that could cause Firefox extension windows not to appear, or do you have any other ideas? Maybe it's something else about my new computer (graphics driver, maybe)?
I did check with the extension's creator first, who said this: "I am not aware of this problem with Windows 11. You have already tried the usual fixes, but they did not work for you. If I can find out any further suggestions I will let you know. It might be worth you posting this problem on the Mozilla Support forums as well – just in case they are aware of something unusual with Windows 11."