VST plugin's settings are out of frame

DustBin wrote on 3/23/2020, 2:45 PM

I have this old Legacy Reverb VST plugin from Saltline. And old 32 bit plugin originally meant for big DAW software (where it works just fine). But as I port it into Vegas, everything goes wrong, and the settings panel falls out of frame (as pictured below).

Now as mentioned, it is an 32-bit DAW effect, and it's a bit old and dusty, but is sounds so good!
Is there any way to salvage this, Or must I declare defeat?


How it looks in vegas.


How it's supposed to look.


Setup: MSI GS65 Laptop, with Intel i7 8th Gen. Nvidia GTX 1060. 16GB ram. Win 10 Home x64.


If there is any other information I forgot to add, please let me know, I'm kinda new to forum writing.


j-v wrote on 3/23/2020, 2:54 PM

- Do you have installed the latest Net framework updates for Windows and
- do have the latest Studio drivers installed for your Nvidia GTX 1060 ?

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Grazie wrote on 3/23/2020, 2:55 PM

@DustBin - Check your DOT Net Framework is recent.

Grazie wrote on 3/23/2020, 2:55 PM

@j-v - Argh, yah got me!

rraud wrote on 3/23/2020, 3:03 PM

Disable (or enable) with the "Use high DPI scaling" settings in "Options> Preferences> Display" There is another setting for that in the VP .exe (or shortcut) "Properties> Compatibility" settings.. or temporarily change Windows display DPI to write a preset.

DustBin wrote on 3/23/2020, 4:12 PM

Thank you all for brilliant responses, I have checked that I have latest .Net FW, currently updating Nvidia driver, and I'll take a look at rraud's suggestion afterwards, I'll keep you posted.


Again, Thanks a million.

DustBin wrote on 3/23/2020, 4:24 PM

I found the culprit, thanks to @rraud. Disabling the "Use high DPI scaling" fixed everything.



Thank you everyone!


wwjd wrote on 3/25/2020, 6:36 AM

I call this a bug, because it didnt happen in previous versions

wwjd wrote on 3/27/2020, 6:53 AM

can this go back to the old method so users don't have to tweak icons/EXEs on their end?