That has been intermittently happening to me for years now. Cubase sometimes thinks changes have occurred since saving & other times knows no changes have occurred. No pattern about when it does this that I can tell.
I do not trust the Zuck (who’s SF house is on my street a block uphill - the important distinction “uphill” means a lot in these parts).
Everyone will have their our point of view. Me? I like it and have customised my screens to help my workflow. (I use 3 monitors) I am not sure that I would characterise it as ugly.
The update has worked perfectly for me with many welcome changes and repairs.
+1 what raino said. Same for me. Weird.
So, still no fix for the sample rate conversion artifacts that Steinberg claims was fixed in 10.0.0?
What’s the problem you have?
I found that the culprit in my case is Padshop. Whenever I use Padshop, Cubase 10 now always asks whether I want to save or not on exit, even after saving the project just before.
A bunch of different plug-ins also no longer render correctly within Cubase. Get half a UI then a blank white space.
Flawless update. Thank you.
Reinstall the Download Manager, if that doesn’t work, try this Microsoft utility: https://support.microsoft.com/help/17588/windows-fix-problems-that-block-programs-being-installed-or-removed
Does the Pre and post roll works good on this version?
There are a few welcome fixes and there are also many longstanding issues that I feel might never get fixed at this point. I’m thankful for the fixes and also highly frustrated by the large amount of longtime continuing issues. Highly frustrated longtime user here, and clearly venting on here does nothing, but I keep doing it.
Just a short thank you for a fine update of an extraordinary daw.
Still no fix for long track names in the mixer wrapping to 2 lines on Windows 10
Well… I guess I’ll start looking forward to the next update and hope this problem gets fixed.
and resize option for Transport Bar too, please.
We’re practically neighbors then. I live just off Alamo Square.
Works like a charm
I recently opened project in Cubase 9.5 due to some incompatible plugin issues with 10 (grrrr) but…
I can never go back as CS 10 feels so much smoother and crisper. Good job Steinberg!
I won’t be using Cubase 10 until the resizable Toolbox is back (less mouse movement).
Btw I suppose you mean 2 Tool lines with each 6 Tools plus under that the Color Tool.