That is very,very disappointing news indeed. The request for more Cue Sends has not been made at the last minute - Speaking just for myself, I have been asking for it for about 3 YEARS! - Why have the requests from myself and others been totally ignored for so long?
What does 'priority list' mean in Steinberg World? - I can not see any reason why such a request should not be possible. Under what circumstance would it be not possible to implement?
Can you please tell us what else has not been done/fixed in N6.5 and what is currently on the 'priority list'?
Does being on that list mean that it will be implemented in the NEXT version?
I am currently so depressed about this whole ongoing N6 debacle that I feel reluctant to continue with the product, or even to continue with any Steinberg products. As Steinberg products need replacing over time, I always find myself now replacing them with products from other manufacturers.
I have been a constant user since the PRO-24 days (so I'm nothing if not loyal) but now get the impression that Steinberg no longer cares what the customers think and is not interested in meeting their needs.
What most users here want is a program that has all acknowledged bugs fixed, and a good number of requested new features added, as long as they are not ridiculous fantasies - More Cue Sends does not fall into the latter category - they are needed by many users and can not be difficult to implement.
What we do not want is a bunch of additions (with their expected bugs) that nobody has asked for.
'Keep the customer satisfied' is the way to go.
The Archers - give it a rest already!
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