First off, I’m still well in the learning curve for Cubase 7. Please forgive any ignorance I may demonstrate here.
I’m running Win 7 Ultimate 64 bit. 16 gigs, i7 K2600. I just ran the .6 update hoping my issue would be resolved, but alas…
I spread my main window (with the dropdowns for "File, Edit, etc. at top) across 3 monitors, all the same size, brand, and resolution. I put the timeline window on the center monitor and size it to fit. I always put the mix console on the right monitor. Yes, I know that maximizing it will cause grief, so I just size it to fit without touching the sides and invoking scroll bars on the main window. OK, OK, here’s the issue: When I open the first project after opening Cubase, the meter on the mix console is smaller than the space it should occupy and has white space around it. To resolve it, I grab the edge of the window and resize it a tiny amount and the meter springs to size, filling the white space. I have to do this again when I switch to the loudness meter. Once done, it will remain correct until I close Cubase and reopen it.
It’s not a huge deal for me, but I wondered if anyone else was having the same issue. It might well be related to my graphics adapter and monitor setup. If I recall correctly though, it worked correctly when I first installed Cubase 7, and started later. No hardware changes have taken place. No driver configurations have been changed.
There ya go!