First of all, thank you so much for your patience and support. My inbox is full of nice messages, and a few friends linked me some nice posts about me, which gave me moral boost during this whole ordeal.
Secondly, XKit now (kind of) works on Chrome. It did took a while, since whenever XKit can’t update itself, it starts trying to connect to the servers over and over again, which kind of resembles a DDoS attack. I had to move the servers once again, and switch providers, but it seems like the servers are stable now. So, in a nutshell:
XKit now installs and works normally on Chrome, and it should also stop complaining about not being able to reach the servers. Extensions that do not require API connections, such as One-Click Reblog/Reply, Blacklist, XInbox, QuickTags, AccessKit and more should also work normally.
Extensions that require API connections, such as Reply/TagViewer, Timestamps and Read More Now as well as XCloud does not currently work.
And The Ugly
This whole ordeal has burnt me out completely, and I have a huge project with a very short deadline starting on monday, so it might take a while for me to fix the aforementioned extensions and services. But I will try my very best to fix them as soon as possible.
Once again, I can’t thank you enough for your support and for your patience. Hopefully, XKit will work as it used to in a few weeks.