Thankfully, I was able to hack my old Cubase project colour setup palette into Cubase 10.5 and still use it - haven’t tested this with Cubase 11 yet,
Why are you forcing us to use certain colours? Why are you getting rid of true black? This is very annoying. I have a bunch of utility colours used in PLEs that I want clearly differentiated in appearance on the project.
Don’t replace my colours - that I have a developed logic and organizational method behind - with colours you’ve chosen.
Give us the full colour spectrum. do not limit it, this is silly. I have done my own very specific colour protocol.
I wonder if this was a dying wish of 2 million covid deaths . I think you need to chill a bit , you should know some times Steinberg steps back once in a while to move forward , lifes tough , don’t have a heartattack over a first world problem
@LoveGames I miss the full range color palette too, especially for setting the GUI darker personaly. but it’s their decision, and they must have their reasons. Requests have been addressed in that respect and the answer was: No.
Maybe in the future they will step backwards. Who knows?
Furthermore, I know your way of expressing your view, but sometimes some moderation would be beneficial.
For example, I am not sure the “(f***)” in the title of your thread would serve your cause
We follow some guidelines from Microsoft and Apple when it comes to define the color palettes that can be used in Cubase. The current ones will stay for the current versions until further notice.
The older color palettes have been removed from the software intentionally. That’s why legacy colors can still be shown, but newer preferences are not supposed to contain those colors anymore.