If the HUD does show up, and it's on top of the window and moves when you move the table window but has wrong placement or size, then there are two common causes; missing theme data or DPI scaling. Read on.
- Missing theme data We're in the process of re-working how we detect the initial table theme, but until that is done, the quick check/workaround is to try to change your table theme after you join a table. Jivaro should adjust to the new theme.
- DPI scaling. If you are running Windows 7 or Windows Vista and using a high resolution monitor with scaling, Jivaro will show up with the wrong size and be placed in the top-left corner of the table window. We're working on a fix for this, but in the meantime, you can check if this problem applies to you by going to Control Panel -> Apperance and Peronalization -> Display -> Screen Resolution -> ( Make text and other items larger or smaller ) and check if you have font scaling set to more than 100%. Changing it 100% should make Jivaro place it's HUD elements correctly.