Hm. Fuzzy fonts and grid lines in the arrange area in the C6 jpg.
In the other parts of the screen, where the white on black fonts have changed to grey on black (“No Object Selected”) or dark grey on light grey (“Touch”), it seems, to me, harder to read. And (perhaps due simply to the smaller size?) I think my eyes have to stay a little longer on “Signature”, “Tempo”, “Piccolo”, etc in the C6 than in the C5 jpg. In the C5 jpg, the text height is already less than the (given) height of the “m” & “s” buttons, so I wonder why it would be made even less in the C6 jpg - to allow more characters in the horizontal space, perhaps? Is there an option to use a slightly bigger font for “Piccolo”, etc?
Back to the arrange area, can the user change the grey on grey “ALL MIDI” and “WOODWINDS” to black on grey, as it is in the C5 jpg? - I’d find that more readable.
And, actually, in spite of being quite large, the “22.214.171.124” seems somehow fuzzy to me (though the C5 jpg has nothing to compare with it).
I hope this hasn’t been a case of Steinberg giving priority to the “look” of the screen, rather than the legibility of text. Some forum posts have been praising the look. Has there been a superficial improvement in “style” at the expense of clarity?
And and now I see that HUGE black strip (showing “No Object Selected”) that someone was complaining about in another thread. Is that just a criminal waste of space, I wonder, or does SB have plans for filling it with useful info requiring that height?