Another in my list of things that are still ‘fragile’ after 13 years with Cubase.
Whenever Cubase crashes (which is no longer very often, thank goodness) it has always had a nasty tendency to trash -some- ‘settings’. The most common thing that gets lost these days are the VST plug settings. The next time I start Cubase, it goes through a complete re-scan of VSTs (which takes 10-15 minutes) and loses the settings of which plugs are blacklisted/disabled/etc… which takes 1/2hr for me to tweak.
This is just unacceptable after all these years. There shouldn’t be -any- ‘settings’ that are ‘trashable’. They’re all stored in a little database or the registry and there’s no reason they should be in an unstable state if the program dies. I expect I might lose the -current- project; but permanent settings? Come onnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn.