I’m using Cubase Pro 9 on Windows 10. I like to use multiple monitors and thus multiple cubase windows- one for the MixConsole, one for MediaBay, etc. Here’s an example of an issue I’ve been experiencing.
Let’s say I have 3 fullscreen Cubase windows open, one on each of my 3 monitors. One monitor has a MixConsole, the second has the track editor, the third has the MediaBay.
Sometimes, I bring up a Chrome browser window on one of the monitors and hide, let’s say, the MixConsole window behind it. If I need to click on the MediaBay window to play a sample, what ends up happenings is that the MixConsole window and all the other Cubase windows overlay everything and the browser window I was referencing gets put behind the MixConsole window.
I was wondering if there’s a setting or preference that disables bringing all the windows to front when focusing one of the Cubase windows?