I just use the folder view. It’s available in the popup that opens when you go to save or load a track preset. You probly have to check a box to turn it on, it’s in the upper left corner I believe.
I think that you have to check this box before you can turn off all of the Steinberg presets and their whole filter thing.
Once you can see it, it looks like a folder tree, just like in windows Explorer. Navigate to track presets >User Presets, and you can save and access all of your own track presets from there.
Using this folder view has allowed me to not only easily save and find my own track resets, but to organize them in a complex categorical structure.
For example I have one folder called strings which contains track preset for all of my Kontact orchestral string instruments. Within this folder I have sub folders that break down the different kinds of strings, i.e. cellos, violas, bass’s etcetera, And within those folders I have all the different types of articulations like spiccato, longs, tremolos etc.
And of course I have the same structure for brass woodwinds and another for percussion.
And that’s just the orchestral instruments.
I also have preset folders for guitar, kick drum, electric basses etc.
I also have preset folders for all the pre sets in specific songs or projects. This is really helpful for various things.
Another cool thing is that all these folders of created for my track presents are actually windows folders that you can access through windows Explorer. So if you want to ever do mass reorganization type stuff, Like copying folders Kano renaming folders, or deleting folders, you can do it from within windows Explorer instead of trying to do it from within Q base.
And all the while never seeing any Steinberg factory presets.