Here’s the scenario, you save your file and afterwords you exit and the banner remains at the top it does not disappear to give you a 100% clear screen
This is getting so annoying yet the rest of the computer functions leaving the cubase 12 pro blue band on the top
as @Fantom correctly says, if you want to close a project and Cubase, you should’ve already saved any open project and then just exit Cubase via the left hand menu entry under “File” → “Quit”, like this:
At first, any previously saved project closes (or you’ll get a prompt asking you to save it), and then after no more than 1 to 2 seconds the program itself - including its top menu bar - should terminate too. Any longer program “hangs” upon closing might normally be some sign of possible CPU / file system / audio driver related effects (or even something much more hidden from normal users).
And since I’m not a Steinberg support employee / support technician, you’d have to open an official support ticket and send your short incident description along with your Cubase dump file to someone who has the tools to open that dump file and help you further (can take some time). You can contact the support department via your Steinberg ID account.
I have the new 3rd generation i18i8 of the focusrite audio interface and all of its drivers are updated. Please tell me what you were saying in the DMP file it would help me to move forward and I thank you in advance
Also is there an APP that will read the DMP I would like to take a look myself as a novice if possible