Steinberg - please read with an open mind.
Steinberg’s analysts really do need to come and watch some of us old hands (I’ve been with Steinberg software since Pro-16) working with Cubase. At the moment it seems as if changes are being made without reference to the user base, and that is not good software development. If anyone was to watch me trying to find the 2 invisible pixels that control left/right scrolling in the editor windows it would be changed in pretty short order. These are the kind of problems I’m facing every day - I’ve not been thinking ‘there are too many options in this right-click menu’.
Most of the latest updates seem to be about fixing ‘problems’ that none of us had, and that is not good software design. I worked in this world for 25 years, so I have a pretty good idea of what I’m talking about.
I’m not trying to bash here, but just trying to reach out, hear your reasoning, and understand what is happening. When a ‘dyed in the wool’ Cubase user like myself begins to feel frustrated with the changes you’re making, whether rightly or wrongly, I would suggest that something is genuinely going awry and you guys DO need to listen. After that it’s up to you. You don’t have to agree, but please just listen - and please ACKNOWLEDGE.