I'm running Windows 11 21H2, build 22000.556 with Windows Feature Experience Pack 1000.22000.556.0. I just upgraded from Start 11 v 1.1 to 1.2. Clicking on the Start button doesn't bring up the Start 11 menu. The Windows key doesn't bring it up either. I can right click on the button and bring up the Win-X menu. I can right click on the taskbar and get to "Configure Start 11". But I can't get the button to work. I tried uninstalling Start 11 (but leaving my settings) and reinstalling 1.2 and rebooting, but that doesn't fix the Start button.
I have "enhance the taskbar" turned on (and I can't turn it off). I originally had the taskbar size set to "Medium", and if I reselect that size from the Start 11 configure screen and restart Explorer I can get the Start button to bring up the menu, -for a few tries at least. Then the button stops working. If I set the taskbar size to either "Small" or "Large" the button appears to work OK repeatedly, and I guess that can be a workaround for now. But I'd like to be able to set it to "Medium".
Should I uninstall Start 11 again and NOT save my settings, then reinstall (and leave "Enhance the Taskbar" OFF)? Or should I try something else?