Thank you for the responses. I still can’t get “un-docked,” but some of your replies seem to indicate it can be done …
Below is what I see with CUBASE maximized full monitor … four “panels” left, right, upper, lower. While grabbing an edge allows widening to a degree, and while toggling the control in the upper right corner lets me hide/show left/right/bottom, all of the panels are “docked” in the sense I can’t make them float, allowing sizing, moving, positioning and minimizing.
I looked into all menu and settings, and did several searches in the user manual, but i can’t seem to find a way – if there is one – to float all four panels. I’m not going to throw a fit if there is no “float” option, but I don’t want to give up if there is. [what if you have two monitors and you want to drag the “bottom” panel onto the secondary monitor?]
I’m on Cubase Pro 9.5.0 64-bit on Windows 10