Soul-Burn wrote:A solution was found!
In Cubase 5, in order for NRPNs to work, the 4th bit flag should have been enabled in the generic remote (seen in the XML). In Cubase 7, it seems the NRPN bit is the 5th bit, while the 4th bit is......... soft takeover!
Why is this hidden from users I don't know, but it's great news for me not wanting the takeover, and others who do want the takeover.
Interesting, as I'm desperatly trying to make NRPN work within a Generic Remote definition (see here for details : http://www.steinberg.net/forums/viewtopic.php?f=19&t=48756
Soul-Burn, could you be more precise about this ? AFAICS, this is this the related line for the knob that I am trying to set as an endless one in my MPD32_GenericRemote.xml definition file :<ctrl><name>K 11 (B3)</name><stat>2</stat><chan>0</chan><addr>0</addr><max>1</max><flags>5</flags></ctrl>
So, I guess that for making the 4th or 5th bit of the flag value active, I should add respectively 8 or 16 to it, as it seems that the value displayed here is a decimal one. Sadly, it doesn't work either and it seems that, using the 'Device setup...' window, the max value reachable is 7 ( = coded on only 3 bits). So, any precision welcomed, as I'm struggling to find the magic combination that will make my endless knobs working in Cubase...