Just do a “save as” and “save as complete web page”. works in Chrome and Firefox.
Would this be OK?
I just let it output every information that is there. You could always copy and paste sections into Word or something…
You need an exported XML file from the “Studio Setup->Generic Remote” Dialog.
It also works with exported Quick Control XML files.
Fantastic. The general layout was very helpful. I was able to audit my GR settings with much greater ease. There seem to be some value errors in the output, some MIDI channels are reported as -1 and -2, but that seemed more an XML or HTML issue, the values in the actual GR are correct in the MIDI Channel Column.
With the easy readability of the output document, I was able to identify some questions and perhaps some errors in my GR set-up. For me, GR is a work in progress. There also seem to be some issues with it. At times it seem to have to “wake up” on my system before it begins to work. At other times, if I Rename a Bank, the text becomes garbled and I’m not sure what happens – I just noticed this. I’ll leave those issues and questions for a separate posts.
Thanks so much for both of these utilities. It’s very generous of you to take the time to post this for us. I wish I’d had this years ago!
Add me to the list. Thanks for taking the time to do this, Fese!
Doesn’t work in either Firefox, Chrome, or Edge. Hopefully, I haven’t just double clicked an exploit.
I have tested it in all three of those browsers, plus Opera. It’s working.
Of course there is no exploit contained in this file. As you can see several people have downloaded and used it.
It’s a basic utility to format the XML output using a style sheet – I think? The code is all there on the page and any suspicious code would likely be flagged by virus and firewall utilities. I’ve used it in FF and other browsers without issue.
Thanks again to the OP for posting this for us.
Indeed, that’s right. Any user can open the html file and inspect the code on their own.
Aye, but that way lies madness.
Does this only work in Windows? I have tried it in a couple of different browsers in osx and all I get is the source code of the page. Sorry if I am missing something obvious.
Select all the code and paste it into an txt editor and save as html file.
Thanks Peakae. I tried that with both Textedit and Smultron, and tried to open in Safari, iCab, and Firefox to open but still just shows page source.
Probably MacOS is hiding the filename suffix, so it appears to be .html, but is actually .html.txt
Same for me in Win 10/Firefox…
Thanks Steve. That wasn’t it, but it gave me a clue. Text Edit doesn’t save in plain text anymore as far as I can see (only rtf), so I was just re-saving it as html thinking WYSIWYG. Nope. Had to copy the text from Text Edit into Smultron to remove all the extra stuff and save it there. That worked.
Thanks to fese. It looks great!
Btw, if anyone wants the stripped down txt file, here it is. Maybe it will help you Magnus.
Key Commands.txt.html.zip (1.89 KB)
Very handy. Thanks, Fese!
Thanks for this! For any Mac users, found the default key commands file here:
Right-click the Cubase app file (in the Applications folder) -> Show Package Contents
Navigate to: Contents -> presets -> Key Commands -> default.xml
Copy the default.xml file to another location. Then you can point the html utility to the location you copied it to, to open it.
I made a custom key commands file and can’t find it. Anyone know where it is stored? It doesn’t show up in the above folder.
This is very cool! Thanks for doing this.
It’s in the User/Library/Preferences/Cubase 9.5 folder - in Presets.