Since the development process remains a continuum, the lack of a list of acknowledged issues in the previous Nuendo version that have been corrected in a new version sidesteps logic, which should be the mantra of developers. Why would there be a fastidious accounting of new features and bug fixes between all updates but only of new features between full versions?
Unless maybe challenging issues end up orphaned and living on forever without an accounting? I can see where that might be convenient from a developer’s standpoint.
I’m thankful for the new features but it seems like a very reasonable expectation for Steinberg to make available in a PDF:
Which acknowledged issues/problems from Nuendo 8 have been corrected in Nuendo 10?
Thanks for any info you can provide, Moderators!