All these replies about “I don’t want to anything else hovering!” are ridiculous.
Almost everyone with a smartphone or who uses any significant web app already knows and appreciates these ‘tips’. You see them -once- (if you prefer) and then they are gone forever.
The Cubase UI is (or should be) -very- much like a smartphone—a terribly complex device for which almost NO ONE actually wants to study a manual. A good smartphone is self-documenting. You open it and start using it almost immediately–which is amazing given how much junk they do. Bubble reminders are one way to introduce users to new features as they run across them.
And besides? Cubase already has had these sorts of ‘Tips’ for years… LOTS of places where a dialog appears with a ‘Don’t Show This Again’ checkbox. I just think that system should be extended to all new features, since most of us do NOT make a point of studying -every- new feature as it comes on=line.
As one person said it: “I’m too busy making music.”
Exactly. The days of study, study, study of 1,000 page manuals are OVER.