Dejanco wrote:greggybud wrote:Dejanco wrote:Always on top still dont work for plugins in second monitor.
How are you working? Do you mean plug-ins being hidden behind the full screen mix console? Or is your mix console simply maximized? Is your mixer set to AOT? I'm assuming your plugins are set to AOT.
See why with Steinberg giving the user so many options this gets confusing quickly?
AOT will work for plugins in any monitor as long as you keep everything in the Cubase "shell" and you have stretched that "shell" over all your monitors.
1. Don't have AOT turned on for mixers1-3. (you can tell the difference because the mixer corners are slightly sharper with AOT turned on)
2. Don't use mixers 1-3 in full screen mode.
3. Don't windows maximize the mixer
It works. I have been stretching Cubase over all 4 monitors since the days of CubaseSX with an expensive video card.
Does not work when it is included in the example Full Screen Monitor 2. It would be good if it worked. Looks nicer.
Yes, and I believe they know about it.
Plug-ins vanish behind the full screen mix console regardless of how many monitors you have. The only solution I know of is don't work with mix console at full screen. Instead just make the mix console as large as you can (without windows maximizing) and turn off AOT for the mix console. It won't look quite as nice and as Da da said you will lose a track of screen space.
The other way is to use a key command to turn on/off the full screen mix console so you can see the plug-in that is being hidden by the full screen mix console.