In another post here I was reminded as to why I don’t use workspaces, but maybe I’m doing something wrong?
Cubase 7.5 on Windows 7 64 bit. (but I think it is the same with any PC version)
Workspaces do not appear to recall the size of the drum or key edit windows? I have not checked this issue for any other windows inside what I call the the "Cubase shel"l other than drum and key edit windows.
In my situation I have 4 monitors, but I don’t think that should matter with this problem. I’ll use an example with just 2 of my 4 monitors. Editors are checked LINKED in the preferences.
My default workspace would be the project page taking up monitor 3, and when double clicking, the key edit window opening up fully in monitor 4. Or with an assigned drum map, opening the drum editor and the drum edit window opening up fully in monitor 4.
So I wanted to create a workspace where I have the key edit window taking up half the upper space of monitor 4 and the drum edit window taking up half of the lower space of monitor 4. This workspace can be handy when for example having midi bass in the key edit, and midi drums in the drum edit, lined, zoomed, and cycle ON…to compare and contrast drum and bass issues.
I save this workspace and name it workspace 2.
Now I go back to my default workspace. When I open the key editor, the key editor opens in monitor 4 but it is still sized only in the upper half of monitor 4, with nothing showing in the lower half of monitor 4. In other words it never re-sized itself as it originally was when saved in the default workspace. If I open the drum editor, it opens only the lower half with nothing in the upper half…again not re-sizing.
I have messed around with locking and global modes with no luck. Am I doing something wrong, is this a bug and if so has this been turned in to Steinberg?