Hello, Raino and thank you for replying. I feel that I understand everything you’re saying, but there’s still something I’m missing.
I should add that I recently upgraded from an earlier version and this is the first Pro version I’ve had.
Let’s be sure I’m in the right place and we’re talking about the same thing. When I’m looking at all of my tracks, and I double-click on a MIDI track, then I’m in the MIDI editor, right?
At that point, when I select one or more notes, I expect them to change to a different color, to show that they’re selected (not to indicate velocity or anything else). When this happens, the color is too similar to the background of the MIDI editor and it’s hard on the eyes.
Can I change just that highlighting color? If so, can you describe exactly how to do it? [As I said, I watched 2 tutorial videos and tried all the included color palettes and couldn’t figure it out. In previous versions of Cubase, this wasn’t necessary, because the highlighted color had a higher contrast with the background.]
I hope this explains my situation a little more precisely.