Ponyhoof doesn’t install or work on Google Chrome

Please try these steps one at a time.

  1. If you get an error message saying ERR_SPDY_PROTOCOL_ERROR, try restarting Chrome and your computer.
  2. If you are using Chrome in incognito mode, please enable the “Allow in incognito” option for Ponyhoof at your Chrome extension settings.
  3. Make sure your computer’s clock is correct. See https://time.is for the correct clock.
  4. Make sure Chrome is up-to-date by opening the About Google Chrome screen. You can open it by clicking the top-right three dots/bars icon (⋮ or ≡), Help, About Google Chrome. You should be running version 69 or higher.
  5. If you use blocker extensions such as Adblock/Ghostery/Disconnect/Privacy Badger, make sure Ponyhoof or *.little.my isn’t blocked accidentally.
  6. Try uninstalling Ponyhoof and reinstall Ponyhoof from the Chrome Web Store.
Last edited on 2018-09-24