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Return to last window

Posted: Mon Oct 19, 2015 6:11 pm
by MattiasNYC
I typically have at least two windows open - the project window, and the video window. Here's what happens:

1. I'm in the project window (focused) with video on my second monitor.
2. I open Control Room to change something.
3. I close CR.
4. I am now in the video window.

The behavior drives me absolutely insane. Whatever I do, open the pool, CR, Media Bay, a mixer - it always returns to the video window rather than where I were. It really affects my workflow.

REQUEST: Return to the previous window, i.e. project window (in this case).

AND: Overhaul window management in its entirety.

At the very least provide a key command option for bringing any window into focus (NOT toggle). At least that way we could create macros that would always work regardless what window one starts in.

Re: Return to last window

Posted: Sun Dec 13, 2015 6:47 pm
by lukasbrooklyn
+1 & bump

Re: Return to last window

Posted: Sun Dec 13, 2015 8:13 pm
by Puma0382
+1
Though, this is about the whole of the window handling functions; I wouldn't complain if they really looked at all of it again... Cubase and Nuendo.

Re: Return to last window

Posted: Mon Dec 14, 2015 1:14 pm
by Big K
Lydiot wrote: This is only a part of Lydiot's mail....
REQUEST: Return to the previous window, i.e. project window (in this case).
AND: Overhaul the entire functionality for window management.
At the very least provide a key command option for bringing any window into focus (NOT toggle). At least that way we could create macros that would always work regardless what window one starts in.
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+ 1

I, too, fully support this!
At least, give us a choice to work with one or the other .

Big K

Re: Return to last window

Posted: Mon Dec 14, 2015 4:36 pm
by MattiasNYC
Puma0382 wrote:+1
Though, this is about the whole of the window handling functions; I wouldn't complain if they really looked at all of it again... Cubase and Nuendo.
I agree with you. Rather than start a new topic what you just wrote is exactly what I hope for. I edited the post to make that clearer. Thanks!

Re: Return to last window

Posted: Tue Dec 15, 2015 3:05 am
by Keyplayer
+1
I went back to 6.5. I couldn't stand that multiple windows format! :x

Re: Return to last window

Posted: Fri Dec 25, 2015 9:10 pm
by lukasbrooklyn
Keyplayer wrote:+1
I went back to 6.5. I couldn't stand that multiple windows format! :x
this.

Re: Return to last window

Posted: Fri Jun 17, 2016 1:18 pm
by acousticalien24
Fully agree with this, also not being able to have a solid background anymore drives me nuts! I don't want to see my desktop in the background - it's easy enough to open other windows when needed!

Re: Return to last window

Posted: Tue May 23, 2017 3:48 pm
by Kigor
Join. It really is a problem Nuendo-7. Also give you an example: after the window is closed, for example - Detect silence, immediately stop working, keyboard commands in Project window, even zoom in/out/, but the keys Start/stop functioning. In Nuendo of 6.5 - this is not a problem.
I urge the developers to release a new version at least without deterioration of previous functional and ergonomic features of the program (for example, when, after Nuendo 4,3 removed the UNDO function while recording that still delivers a lot of inconvenience in a live work when the task is to edit previously recorded material) And again, right above noticed - Nuendo - program to post-production, and all the presets, mostly musical - from Cubase. Very good developers - two birds with one stone shoot! And I wrote earlier that the developers, in all likelihood, just get the desktop version Nuendo for Nuage console. Here are the roots of all problems of program updates - the design, ergonomics, stupid colors for Pre/Post faders sends in Cue, tiny popochki the zoom bar - probably for snipers :-) and many more. Kept silent about the "single button Close window" when the edit window in full screen mode; or barely visible display during drag an event... The one who came up with this design - you need to give out the award! Smacks of diversion in relation to users :-) Hope Nuendo 8 is human! ... or not?... :-)
And - Sorry for my English :-)