I don’t know if this is a bug or an issue with my set up - but it’s only started following my update to Cubase 12.
When Cubase first loads, the bottom of the mix console isn’t rendered properly. As in pic 1. As soon as I zoom, or do any arranging of the windows, the gui then renders correctly, as in pic 2.
I’m using a dual monitor set up, with two completely different monitors - so it’s maybe related to that - but as I say, it is an issue thats new in Cubase 12.
Which graphic card do you use, please? Do you have the latest driver installed, please?
Sorry - I should have said. It’s an NVidia GeForce GT710. Yes - I do have the latest drivers installed.
Thanks Martin. That is how I installed my driver. There isn’t a studio driver available. I will try another fresh gfx driver install though - just to be sure.
I did another clean install of the gfx card driver. Still the same issue
Do you have a chance to test with other graphic card, please? Do you have built-in graphic card on the mother board by any chance?
BUT - only if left and right zone is disabled.
I’ll try with the built in graphics at some point - when I can bring myself to root around the back of the computer! I did just fire up Cubase 11, though, and it’s not happening there.
That’s interesting - maybe it’s something to do with mix console zones. I’ve got several configs set up with various elements enabled or disabled.
Nothing to do with graphics. I have Intel built in on Asus and never had problems.
This is only since update to version 12.