I think I can safely say that there are many users that do not have any "show stopping" issues as a result of these "bugs".
Care to define "show stopping?"
Specifically, how do I implement Cubase 7.5 using key commands with 4 monitors, 2 which are dedicated to full screen mixers, 1 for the project page, 3 monitors in linked mode, and 1 for Mixer 3 dedicated to groups, effects, inputs and master outs? If you know how to change focus when in full mixer mode, please let me know.
While the above isn't a "bug" it certainly has slowed my workflow well below the level of Cubase 6.5. Before anyone tells me to go back to 6.5, I could but I paid to upgrade to 7. I'm passionate about these things working because if they made these basic workflow functions work, it would be a good step forward over 6.5. And of course for myself, none of the DAW competitors come close to what I can achieve in Cubase.
Do you ever use Instrument tracks? When I mute an instrument track in the mix console the same track in the project page doesn't indicate any mute. When I mute an instrument track in the project page the corresponding track in the mix console doesn't indicate any mute. In my studio, mutes and solos are kind of of important.
I do not know of any users who do not have this mute "bug." I believe Steinberg has verified this as a real bug or issue as they call them.
Any further elaboration or explanation of other "bugs" and I risk being banned by a moderator. However discussion and verification of all kinds of Cubase 7.5 issues can be openly discussed at the Gearslutz Cubase forum.
You did of course, check it all worked together before you opened the doors...? Like a real gig. 4 monitors? We're not dealing with a toy rig then? If anyone / everyone actually knows two bits about serious software for over five minutes they'd know that glitches and bugs have to be researched, dealt with, reported and hope they're fixable. Otherwise it's just more forum blethering.
The mute bug might well have been verified but WE (and I count myself as fairly understanding of computer gubbins) just don't have a clue what the problem is at the programming end. The bug might be in the compilation software for instance... so, you mentioned it, it's gone in. Keep reminding them every so often, it'll probably get done.
Four monitors? Whew! I haven't got that many eyes. :mrgreen: