I have this little problem: on Cubase 10.5 I set the floating transport bar covering the not-floating transport bar at the bottom of the screen (Cubase project window maximized).
This way, since the floating transport bar is “always on top”, I could open-in-new-window the key editor and use the floating transport bar to play / stop / etc. Otherwise, every time you hit play / stop / etc. on the not-floating transport bar, the key editor got hidden behind the project window.
Now, since C11, the floating transport bar is unusefully a little taller and partially covers the project editor bottom part (see print screens).
Also, you can now move the floating transport bar by grabbing it on different places, where instead on C10.5 you could move it only by using the black zones with X on them, at its left and right sides.
On C10.5 the floating transport bar was perfect to me, why this unuseful change? Please get it back to the same height as in C10.5, and also please let it be moveable only by grabbing the black left or right sides.
In your print screen not-floating transport panel and lower zone key editor are shown. I am talking about the floating transport panel and the opened-in-a-different-window key editor instead.
To see what i’m about, please click the little up-arrow at the right side of the key editor to open it in a new window. Then, hit play on the transport panel and see the key editor get hidden behind the project window.
Then, do the same using the floating transport panel instead (hit F2 to show the floating transport panel): the key editor will stay put on top of the project window.
Of course. Problem is I don’t use the lower-zone key editor much (hardly ever actually…) because I can’t enlarge its window as much as I need. I need a large key editor window, so I almost always use the open-in-a-new-window one instead.
Yes I know it works fine without the lower zone, but that’s not my point, sorry. My point is it doesn’t work fine with the key editor, when the key editor itself is opened in a separate window as opposed to the lower zone.