As the title says, I’ve noticed that when dealing with big projects that pretty much stretch ASIO Guard / soundcard buffer to their limits, double-clicking (say, to edit some midi, or to bring up some audio folders) sometimes works, but often doesn’t. I can get around this by hitting , but if I want to for instance edit a fadeout curve, the only way I can do it is by relentlessly double-clicking until one goes through. Of course if I am trying to edit multiple fadeout curves, I am now out of luck on big projects (unless someone knows of another way to pop that window up than by double-clicking the outside corner of the fadein/ fadeout).
I ascertained that it’s down to big projects as was unable to replicate the behaviour with new, small or medium projects. As you can imagine, carefully selecting multiple items around the project I want to open at once, then finding that due to the new cubase 8 sluggishness I’ve only selected the thing I clicked on instead of popped open the multiple items gets old very quickly.
I did not have this issue in cubase 6; no matter how big and creaky the project, it did not disable double-click functionality. Is it just the case that I’ve got to deal with it until I can afford a new PC? Would be awesome if this can be fixed for the first update. This is seriously affecting my useage of the program.
I have to take a mo to say though, other than this issue I am VERY happy with C8, excellent work other than the few bugs, and lets face it, when has a piece of software ever been released that doesn’t have a few sneaky bugs left over.