How do I turn the screen background to white in the midi edit page? Really annoying as it’s all really dark and can barely see the midi parts whilst editing. Am looking at the User Interface-Custom Colors, though sadly it is unclear.
Any ideas, most appreciated!
Why did you change the default settings #Steinberg?
a) Open Preferences Window and click on “Custom Colors” (under “User Interface”).
b) Click on the colored square, to the left of “Editor Area Background”
c) Pick your choice of color.
d) Click the OK button (on the bottom right of the Window).
Unless you have corrupted preferences, its not for the whole of Cubase, its specifically for the background of the drum/key/audio editors. In the attachment, mine is grey but you choose your own color. There is no color box in the key/audio/drum editors that adjusts these background colors. The only color adjustment in the editor is for midi events. All this is controlled in Edit>preferences>user interface. By default the key editor is set to very dark.
Regarding the color of the pre/post sends, just change it to whatever you wish. This change was made in C9 for color consistency making another pre/post issue the same color. By factory default, the colors are now consistent but many users got so used to the sends being the other color they changed it back. Again, you can change it in the edit>preferences>user interface.
It seems something this destructive or important would be listed in the issues forum, but I don’t see any. Is this a known bug or anyone post the issue there?
Have you started in safe mode and also experienced the bug? Did it not work on prior C10 versions?