I have Cubase 7.5.40 installed on my Windows 7 desktop. I recently got a laptop, and installed the exact same version with the only difference being the laptop is Windows 10. When I went to import my key commands on the new laptop, many of them were missing. After some digging, I realized the Cubase version on my new laptop, despite being the exact same version as my desktop, is completely missing a group of key commands called Process Logical Preset. I’ve taken a screenshot below. The group I’ve pointed to does not exist on the Cubase version on my new laptop.
I found the Key Commands.xml file that was on my existing desktop, opened it in an XML editor and verified that it does indeed contain this group. I then took this XML to my laptop and overwrote the Key Commands.xml file so Cubase would use it instead. As soon as I launch Cubase, it overwrites the key commands xml file with the version that is missing the Process Logical Preset group. If I edit the XML file and insert the missing group, save the file, Cubase immediately over writes it upon launching. Very frustrating.
I’m curious why that group is missing on the new install of Cubase since they are both identical versions. How did this Process Logical Preset group end up getting on my desktop install in the first place?
Thank you for your help!