My thoughts exactly!
There is a shortcut to remove extension but not to add. Go figure.
I'm glad you like it.
But on an HD screen it doesn't fit on one line! How on earth can that be satisfactory? Have you then tried moving it around to access off-screen buttons etc? It's just a really horrible user experience! At the very least its shape should be freely changeable.
As far as I remember, the one on the Atari was actually a transport bar, i.e. it wasn't floating: it was fixed at the bottom ot the program window.
You said well!MrSoundman wrote: ↑Thu Jun 27, 2019 11:27 amFolks, please don't confuse the Transport Panel (floating, F2 turns it on and off) with the thing at the bottom of the screen which is called the Transport Bar.
The Transport Panel has been a UI feature of Cubase since the Atari days. I understand that some people don't like this but you can just press F2 to turn it off. Nobody is suggesting to make any changes to the Transport Bar that many of you love.
The Transport Panel in 10.0.30 is still horrible, was a change nobody asked for any has decreased the usability of the application enormously.
Of course, if you never knew it was there in the first place, it won't matter to you; but please don't confuse the two!
A graphics limitation in the 1980's, yes ....Geppastro wrote: ↑Thu Jun 27, 2019 1:46 pmAs far as I remember, the one on the Atari was actually a transport bar, i.e. it wasn't floating: it was fixed at the bottom ot the program window.
I have been a little confused by this. Are we talking the "bit resolution" in the project setup dialog or something else?
Where do I find that? I don't see anything like that in Cubase Edit -> Preferences.
What resolution are you running? On a Macbook Pro 15" Retina (2880 x 1800) it can't all fit on one line. Do we have to be running in 4K to make it usable?
OK, I am feeling pretty dense here. I use a Focusrite 18i20. On the Studio menu, I do not have "devices" as a menu item, nor does my Focusrite appear. There is a "Studio Setup" item. In that dialog, I do see the Focusrite under VST Audio System, but there is nothing about 32bit or 64 bit. If I open the control panel for the Focusrite, it has only sample rate and buffer size.
No only 2560*1440(*2) here, plenty of room as you also have the top bar.Gr8h8m wrote: ↑Thu Jun 27, 2019 6:10 pmWhat resolution are you running? On a Macbook Pro 15" Retina (2880 x 1800) it can't all fit on one line. Do we have to be running in 4K to make it usable?
Got it. Thanks!
Can Steinberg confirm ARA 2 does not work with 64bit processing on Windows or is that a current known limitation. I don’t see it in docs though....??Matthias Quellmann wrote: ↑Wed Jun 26, 2019 10:47 amThere's a new update in town and its headliner is ARA support! 10.0.30 boasts ARA 2 compatibility for deep integration of all major ARA plug-ins available in Cubase. And if that weren't already enough, this point-point update also includes over 40 fixes and small workflow enhancements for you to discover (or read the documentation).
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