This update causes some of the VST2’ plugins to be displayed wrong. The frame of the VST can be put elsewhere then the actual window of the VST is the left corner of the screen. I did not have this problem with version 11.0.30. I will try to switch back to this version to see if the problem disappears.
I did some research and it all has to do with… yes again HiDPI under Cubase 11. When I switch this off the projects with the VST’s are displaying good again. Note that when I switched to back to 11.0.30 certain VST2’s still were drawn out of line (as described). Disabling HiDPI in Cubase 11.0.30 did fix this problem. However it is the lack of support at Steinberg that they postpone this problem to be fixed in Cubase 12 (which we all will pay the price for). This problem with HiDPI is there from the beginning Steinberg introduced it in Cubase. It is time to get serious and really listen to the users in this community and beyond and fix this problem for all the versions (10… 12) Steinberg introduced it in. The video engine of Cubase is still not working good enough. I switched back to 11.0.40 with HiDPI switched OFF and then it works as expected (except I can not use the HiDPI mode but that’s OK with me). There is another problem with the Video interface (even in not in HiDPI mode) and that is that it not always draws certain VST2’s correctly, only after opening, closing and again opening a VST2 instrument interface those instruments are displayed correctly.
I am using NVIDIA display adapter.