JamesTNL wrote:No, it doesn't make sense to manually export a template for Cubase to be able to remember the template...it's rather upsidedownface, actually.
You don't manually export a midi file so Cubase can find and automatically load it the next time you open a project?! There's just no way of justifying it. The XML should be saved automatically in the user prefs folder and loaded from there.
An addiotional feature could be to allow this XML template to be saved on a per project basis, but I don't think many would benefit from that.
Anyway, if anyone has a solution for my inital issue, I'm all ears. For now, everytime I start Cubase and open a project, I have to open the Generic Remote config menu and press the 'reset' button to get it functioning..it's not a major pita, but annoying nonetheless.
beatpete wrote:Two things:
1 make sure (as mentioned above) that you save and reload the template.
2 make sure every controller entry has a unique name (very important) BEFORE you save and reload
csd wrote:Considering that generic remotes don't recall correctly (i.e. by default rather than xml auto-import), I would say it's a bug with something in the CMC controller config that isn't activated after a restart.
What you are seeing may actually be there with any controller, but since most are simply midi CC controls, it may not affect those - i.e., you move a cc control, and Cubase sees the assignment.
The CMC may have additional sysex or midi messaging that has to be reset before Cubase can see it's assignments.
JamesTNL wrote:I believe this is more likely caused by a Cubase design error where the CMC extension somehow tricks Cubase into thinking all necessary configs have been loaded and never get's a chance to load the user defined generic remote config.
Operation Manual, Page 344 wrote:Sometimes communication between Cubase and a remote device is interrupted or the handshaking protocol fails to create a connection. To re-establish communication with any device in the Devices list, select it and click the Reset button... ."
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