To resolve the High DPI issue, you will need to add a Key to your Registry and an External Manifest file to your GameVox Directory.
Once complete, you should be able to restart GameVox and it will scale correctly. Text may appear Blurry, but the client should be fully functioning.
This key allows for the use of External Manifest files for applications and would not effect any other program.
We have a registry file that you can use to automatically apply these settings, or you can follow the guide below on how to edit your Registry. GameVox High DPI Registry File
** Please note - Changing the Registry can cause system instability unless done correctly, proceed at your own risk **
** Please note - Make sure to download the correct Manifest File for your Processor Architecture **
You can create your own Manifest File to place in the GameVox folder, however we would Highly recommend that you use the one we create, as it has been tested to work.
Intel Manifest File - Intel - GameVox.exe.manifest
AMD Manifest File - AMD - GameVox.exe.manifest
The Manifest file needs to be named "GameVox.exe.manifest" or else it will not function correctly.
To Create your own Manifest file, you would create a new Text File and name it "GameVox.exe.manifest" then place in the following information:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="yes"?>
<assembly xmlns="urn:schemas-microsoft-com:asm.v1" manifestVersion="1.0" xmlns:asmv3="urn:schemas-microsoft-com:asm.v3">
Take note of the "processorArchitecture" under "dependency" and make sure to change it to either "amd64" for AMD processors, or "x86" for Intel based processors.