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Cubase preferences becoming corrupt is a common source of problems.
To my knowledge, the only thing you can do is take the entire Cubase pref folder, move it to somewhere safe and start Cubase up as normal. This will prompt Cubase to create a new, default set of preferences files. From there, with Cubase not running, you can start to replace the new, default XML files individually until you found which of these is the culprit.

On macOS, preference files are stored in the following location: “/Library/Preferences//” under your home directory.

From what I’ve understood, the file most likely to give you issues is called Defaults.xml, so that’s where I would start.
If you wish to go further, you could start comparing your old XML file(s) with the default ones created by Cubase to try and salvage as much of your preferences as possible.

Lastly, I’d like to invite you to this thread if you think Cubase could use a more robust way of handling user preferences.

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