Cubase 13 - Where is the "Return To Start Position On Stop"

Where is the “Return To Start Position On Stop” ??


Moved to the top cluster*** of a menu with everything else.

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Thanks !!


Thanks, I hadn’t found this either.

In fairness, it’s easier to toggle on and off from that menu than it was from preferences if you want to switch behaviour, depending on whether you’re tracking, editing glitches, mixing etc.

and also there is a key command for it


@steve Do you mean that there already is a key command, or you can set one up?

It would be nice if these changes were documented. Save a lot of stress, not to mention fewer of these kinds of threads,


Completely agree - there’s a “New Features” section at the start of the PDF manual, a “What’s changed since v12” section would be really helpful as well.


How about in key editor, I still find it annoying that it starts back to where I don’t want it to. Has it finally been resolved in C13?

There was nothing broken. Use the pref mentioned in the title of this topic.

Wasted 30 mins of tracking time searching for this feature. They couldn’t keep a master toggle for this in Edit > Prefs for us? If you vacate a major workflow feature from preferences, that should probably be announced somewhere. Back to it!


It took one more step for me after clearing the flag - rebooting (on Mac).

Far too much of this in Cubase 13. Most of it smacking of whimsey.

Trying to figure out where this option went wasted so much of my time, like the numerous other “improvements” that were made in 13. Why? What is the point of moving everything?

I usually roll with all the annoying, pointless changes every iteration, but I just had to waste even more of my time to complain about this.

Steinberg. Creativity Last. After trying to re-learn where sh *t has been for ages.

For completeness, there was a key command for it in Cubase 12 as well.

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This is what happened when they decided to switch the menu system years ago to make it more like other programs so that they can attract new users and make it easier FOR THEM .
Meantime, the long time users got slapped with disregard and had to relearn an altered menu system.
It seems to be the way of the world rn especially with software companies. Get you into a system and then…pfft, whatever.
ftr, this is MY experience.

Mine, also. It’s a pain in the aris.

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pure nonsense.
Long time users also benefits.
Such improvements are always welcome.

If you are not prepared to deal with new functions, improvements or changes, it is better not to update.
This little thingy is really ridiculous to complain about.

MY experience.

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I´m not a slow menue-mouse-only user.
I use fast key commands and my own macros, then Cubase is a real workflow weapon. (hint/tip for this topic)

None of what you said had anything to do with what I was talking about.
Nowhere did I mention new features or anything new, actually I mentioned more the opposite so mmm yea…