It is nice to see that the N6 user manual is now available in several languages, but I notice that (in the English version at least) it does not contain the changes made to the product since it was first released, which is a missed opportunity.
From time to time users are told (in effect) to RTFM, but this does not help if the document does not actually contain details of all features of the current version of the software.
Nuendo is expensive software, and there is no longer a paper manual which must be a great cost saving, so it would be nice if a little time was spent keeping the documentation up-to-date.
Wouldn’t it be nice (and very professional) to always have a complete manual with each new release, rather than an incomplete one + any number of addition/correction pamphlets throughout the life cycle of a product? - This approach is taken by other software that I use, and apart from anything else, it reduces the amount of support required from the developer. I’m surprised that Steinberg still use the outdated thinking that is only relevant to updating a hard-copy user manual.