EDIT - This method works. I must have had Cubase open when I did this. I have just repeated the copying/merging with Cubase closed - and I have my colours on startup of a new project.
Unfortunately Cubase 9.5 Appears to overwrite any of the changes - taking it back to default (user colours at least).
Making the file “read only” would not be a good solution.
It’s a shame that such simple things are overlooked. Is there an “on startup” macro that can be made, that loads in the user presets?
sorry - No I have exactly SAME result as the youtube video. my preferences HAVE to be applied via Cubase Preferences> Preference Presets>“my saved preference” . They are not Automatically applied to a New Project.
I have no problem making new presets with different names and recalling them from the Cubase Preferences> Preference Presets" dialog.
EDIT - Razuu’s workaround (Copying the values from personal file to userPref’s.xml) DOES work. 1st attempt: must have had Cubase open when I did it. I have just repeated the copying/merging with Cubase closed - and I have my colours on startup of a new project.
Cubase’s “User Interface -Color Scheme” IS applied on a new project. So that preference definitely saved.
Using “Store Marked Preferences only” makes no difference.
Razuu is on Windows OS - I am on Mac OS Sierra 10.12.6.