I’ve had this issue with Nuendo from V2.
The way the collapsing/opening of sections in the inspector works (or more accurately, doesn’t) is driving me up the hill!
There is no rhyme or reason to it. I can open sections up (with alt pressed, because a regular click collapses sections for some unknown reason), only to have them collapse again when i go back to the track (seemingly based on the previous track I clicked…or not, who knows).
I can create presets where I specify with the pin what sections should remain open.
I might as well stick these pins in my eyeballs, as they’ll be more effective there.
Despite saving and recalling presets, the inspector still ends up open and closing sections at random when i switch tracks.
yes, even after rebuilding preferences blablabla.
This is ridiculous. It is a serious design flaw that has been done, better, in many, many other professional apps…from 3ds Max, to Maya, to whatever.
It is really simple. You put an arrow on the left side for each section.
The arrow points down, the section is open…the arrow points right, the section is closed.
Click to change the direction of the arrow.
And you keep it the same for all tracks OF THE SAME KIND, i.e the layout of what is open and closed.
For a 1k+ program I expect a lot more.
I shouldn’t even have to be typing this.