anyone who had troubles with scores exporting?
White page isn’t correct I guess…
Are you on a Windows laptop with Cubase 10?
Yes, Windows 10 v. 21H2
I might have a hunch, but there is very little validation. If you are game, we can try something.
Open Windows settings Display
Go down to Scale & Layout
Does it say “A Custom Scale Factor is Set”?
If it does select:
Advanced Scaling Settings
and take a screen shot.
If not try opening that and setting it to between 100% and 125%.
If it is set, but not set to between 100% and 125%, try changing it.
Then open Cubase again, and see if it still has the same issue.
[You can set it back later after we are done with this little test, and it shouldn’t hurt anything.]
It’s just a hunch mind you, I could be completely wrong.
But if correct, this is an issue with Windows. It should be accommodated by Steinberg in 11 or greater. I am also not sure that if I am right that this would even work in 10, but it did work for me and other with similar issues in 10.5.
You may need to buy some glasses though…
@oqion this is the screenshot of my settings.
With 10.5 version didn’t have this problems…
Anyway, I’ve sent a msg to the Support Team on MySteinberg.
I’m waiting for a reply. I hope asap.
The setting I was indicating is not set.
Click on “Impostazioni reimensionamento avanzate”
(“Advanced Scaling Settings”)
In this image you can see that I have set it to 100 and activated
“Comsenti a Windows di provare a risolvere i probemi delle app in modo da non essere sfocate”
(“Let Windows try to fix apps so they’re not blurry”)
Try launching Cubase in safe mode as follows:
Hi @Maestro , I wanna say thanks for your help.
Disabling “Third party plug-ins”, I’ve fixed the “issue”.
It was partially the cause.
I’ve installed many “Third party plug-ins” from Native Instruments and Waves, but in Cubase 10.5 I didn’t notice about this issues.
So I’ve had a intuition.
I moved into the VST plug-in windows and manually I’ve deleted the non-existent paths and…
So I didn’t have to remove any “Third party plug-ins” and now my Score editor works.
Hope everyone understand my steps.
Glad that it helped and your problem is solved.
No way. Today I started it again, still blank page. I really don’t know what to do.
I’ve tried many solutions (Even installing Cubase 12) and I’ve found there’s a problem with the N.I. plug-in (The Grandeur).
I’m writing to N.I. to report this issue.
That was clear from the Safe Mode step that the problem was due to a plug-in OR your Preferences. You only had to proceed by elimination after that.
It’s great that you identified the plug-in at issue.