I just upgraded from Cubase 8 to 9. I normally move the Key Commands file and Configuration file onto the next version of Cubase, I did work with the Configuration file, but it seems that Cubase 9, can’t import all of my Key Commands.
Thanks for the reply!
Cubase can’t open the Key Command file that I copied from Cubase 8. I can see my filename in the list of Key Commands in Cubase, but once I choose it, It won’t open it\load my key command file :\
You need to manually copy the file to the root directory. That’s why I posted the link.
I did, and I can already see in Cubase 9, but when I tried to choose it from the Key Command list in Cubase, I’m getting an error: “Invalid preset!” :\
Oh. I am not at my DAW till tomorrow morning… Maybe someone else will chime in.
One idea though might be to- in Cubase 8.5 save your key commands under a new name, then try using that file.
Also let us know what OS platform you’re on.
I upgraded from 8 to 9, and did give the key command file a unique name so it will be easier to find and just copy to Cubase 9.
I’m running on a PC Windows 10 64 BIT.
Maybe try quitting C9, manually renaming the file to “Key Commands.xml” (renaming the other one of course) and launching C9. Are your key commands loaded?