There was a bug in some versions of One-Click Postage that prevented adding tags that included the letters “J” and “K” (tumblr’s keys for jumping through the posts.) This has been fixed in version 2.9, and the page shouldn’t “jump” while typing tags.
You should get the new version in a few hours, but if you don’t want to wait, here’s how to update it manually (recommended):
Click on the X icon on your dashboard
Click on Manage Extensions
Select One-Click Postage 2
Click on Re-install / Manually Update this extension
Refresh the pages.
Sorry for any inconvenience, and thanks for using XKit!
I’ve made some changes to the following extensions:
Patches and Tweaks (Version 2.3 REV A) Now ‘delays’ start-up to decrease CPU usage.
Quick-Asks (Version 1.7 REV A) Tweaked, or re-wrote parts of it to decrease CPU usage.
You should get the new updates in a few hours automatically. If you don’t want to wait, you can back up your data using XCloud, and do a Clean Restore, which will update all the extensions you have. (recommended.)
I’m also making adjustments on One-Click Postage which will further reduce CPU usage, and make scrolling on dashboard a lot faster. I’ll fully test it, and release it tomorrow.
[UPDATE: I’ve released an update to One-Click Postage today.]
I know that XKit can be slow sometimes. And it is slower on Chrome.
And one of the most requested features on the XKit Survey was a faster backend. (after small bug fixes, and new features.)
So I’ve been working on making XKit faster. And there are two ‘phases’ I plan on to make this real:
Phase 1: XKit 5.8 (soon!) I’ve been making adjustments in XKit extensions, the bootstrapper, and the whole back-end. I’ve done some tests, and these adjustments led to a nearly 25% decrease in CPU use. (even though it is making the X icon appear later and whatnot, because of the “postponing” of the extension loader.) I’ll be releasing it as soon as possible.
Phase 2: XKit 6.0 (in a few months) This requires all the extensions for XKit to be re-written from scratch. (and there are over 27 extensions to be re-written), so it won’t be ready for a few months, but when it’s out there, there will be a lot of performance-wise improvements.
Thanks for using XKit, and I hope those releases will make the experience a lot better for you.