HunterPie requires .NET 6.0 Desktop Runtime to run properly, you can download it from Microsoft’s official site by clicking here.
To move a widget you can either use Design Mode (togglable by pressing the default hotkey: ScrollLock) or set the absolute coordinations in HunterPie’s settings. To scale a widget, you can go to HunterPie’s settings for that widget and use the Scale slider.
Make sure your HunterPie’s folder is not in read only mode, if that doesn’t work, try moving your HunterPie folder to somewhere else.
Same as the previous issue, make sure your folder is not in read only mode, also try moving its folder somewhere else.
Some people has reported that as a Windows 11 issue, some known work arounds for that include:
- Changing rendering strategy to Software in HunterPie’s setttings.
- Enabling compatibility mode for HunterPie