I’m using Windows 7. I just want each open project (99% of the time, just one) to have its own window on the taskbar. I don’t want this weird placeholder tab that requires multiple clicks and behaves inconsistently, or the toolbar at the top by itself. I’m also wondering why Cubase disables my screensaver.
I’m sorry, this is current only one Cubase behaviour. You cannot switch it to operate the old-style.
Just checking in here. If I upgrade to the current version, will it still do these things?
No changes here.
You can double click the toolbar to make Cubase use a background.
Jeez… Guess I don’t need to upgrade. Don’t know why they won’t make the program work like every other program ever.