Midi Regions display in Cubase 6 Question

When you have two midi regions next to each other which both contain the identical parts but one is transposed by an octave, Cubase will display both Regions the same when you’re in the edit window.
I’m sorry for the language, but that was once again a stupid idea and messing with something that didnt need changing. Now, from just looking in the edit window, you cant tell in which octave which region is in.

Is there a way of changing it back to the old, more logical way? Its supposed to be practical, not look good.

I made 2 screenshots to explain it better:

In the edit window my Midi Regions look like this, which obvioulsy looks like the midi is in different octaves:


When I click on both regions you can see that the Midi is in fact on the same octave:


Its very confusing and makes no sense!!

Am I the only one whos bothered by this?

Do you guys not mind that your MIDI is displayed all over the place now?

Can someone from Steinberg please tell me if I can change this back to normal behaviour like we had it in Cubase 5?

Probably pointless but I’ll keep bumping this as I’d really like a fix for this.
It’s a big issue for me when working with midi.

Is “Indicate transpositions” off in the editor?
It’s the button at the top of the editor that has the same symbol as a transpose track on it.

Yes, its off.

The problem is in the main window really where you see the midi regions.
Cubase there displays the midi all wrong as you can see in the 2 files I attached. Its very annoying.

Then the editor isn’t going to show the new position of the transposed notes.
Instead, it’s going to show the original (untransposed) position.