as you should know to route many tracks to a group we are supposed to use shift + alt + click (as stated in the manual and also reported on the tooltip which appears when you hover the mouse over the output zone in the inspector…see attachment). Now, this is not working to me (and I am not alone). I contacted the support since it’s a real showstopper to my work and according to the guy who took care of my request, the way to route many track is to use shift + command…which naturally does NOT work.
Immortal: I just want to see what it does. Also I think it might be more useful in further updates.
It seems utterly ridiculous to me that Steinberg has allowed such juvenile programming (OK juveniles can do better than this remark withdrawn) through their system checks. Just how hard can it be to allow a webpage/cloud source to display through an app? And why, why, why does it have to dominate all monitors when it opens?
Steinberg are capable of incredible programming but sometimes they let the most obvious lemons out.
Steinberg have ont acknowledged this issue and it did not make it into the latest update. How hard can it be to make a window resizable?
Still no comment from the mods on this as far as I am aware?
I now got into the habit of using the quick grouping feature. It does the same thing, plus more. Simply select the group of tracks and enable the quick group button. Then select the output. That’s not to say they shouldn’t fix this feature, btw.
Regarding the Steinberg Hub, I also disabled it the moment I saw what it did. Pretty useless to me, especially since it takes forever to connect and I rather press Ctrl+N or Ctrl+O to open my projects. Much quicker!