I just bought a new Macbook pro with retina display. I was looking forward to run Cubase on it with a lot more work area to use. But man was I disappointed. Cubase seem to scale upp the original graphic and make i bigger, it looks pretty awful.
I see now that Cubase doesn’t support retina displays. Oh! It is sad and a bit strange, since retina displays have been around for years (1,5?) now and every new MBP comes with one.
But I don’t understand -why doesn’t Cubase show the original graphics of the program? That is, 1 px in the design = 1px on the screen? Sure, It will be small, but still better than a lowres version upscaled! Because as I understand, If I connect a hires apple thunderbolt display (2560 x 1440), Cubase will display as expected (?) Why doesn’t this apply to the MBP retina? It’s almost the same resolution?
One other thing. When I right-click and bring up “show info” for Cubase the “Open in low res” box is grayed out (?) so I can’t click it. Why is that? It says in Steinberg support to tick that box, but I can’t. Does this mean that it is already on and it wouldn’t do any difference?
Finally -will there be support for retina any time soon? Cubase looks much better on my old MBP