OK, I got it to work by stretching the Cubase window across both monitors. Thanks for that advice.
I'm sorry but I don't understand what you mean by "always on top". I assume that this a setting for the different windows. In Preferences, I see that VST Editors are "always on top". So without dragging the Cubase window across both monitors, I can move the VST editor anywhere I want.
So, for example, how do I set my mixer to "always on top"?
Aaah.... found it by right clicking on the mixer window. That makes sense now. Thanks gents!
"Play the music, not the instrument"-Unknown