Before asking here I naturally took to google but there scant help or information that I can find and the online Cubase help page for the Logical Editor is next to useless.
I did find a simple youtube video that provided the below but as the image shows it bizarrly selects all of the top row of midi events. I think it is some how working horizontally but I believe it needs to work vertically to achieve what I need (I may be wrong of course).
Thanks for the suggestion Greg but I will pass on that.
From looking at Meta, it seems to be an app that needs installing on an iPad (My machines are windows based) and even if not, it looks like an extra layer to have running in the background when cubase is open.
I can not risk memory being taken up I am afraid but nice suggestion though.
Theses are just Cubase Logical Presets you copy, store and organize with all your other LE presets. They have nothing to do with Metagrid other than they are found on the Metagrid website because of Luke Johnsons participation with Metagrid. There is no extra layer of anything other than the size of each LE preset. Anyone can use them if they feel they are useful.
Well once again, I do not know why anyone asks a question in here and it is a disgrace that Steinberg seems to point users to the forum for answers.
Thank you to the good folks who made suggestions which I appreciate but I do not have the time to try suggestions - I need a working answer.
I am not a home hobby user, my clients wont wait for an answer in a forum and I have deadlines to keep.
I asked this question 2 days ago and not a single solid answer.
It was quicker to select each midi event manually, yes it took 45 minutes but that was still quicker than waiting for an answer on here.
What really annoys me is that Steinberg has next to nothing of any use in its own help pages.
There should be an indepth, step by step, instruction guide for every feature and relying on other users to provide their customer support is cheap and shoddy and that speak volumes about the company that purchased Steinberg more than I ever could.
I spent 15 minutes of my own time figuring out what you wanted and creating an LE preset that did it. My answer was a direct solution for your question, and I tested it before posting to make sure it works.