Why do i haave to constantly resize the arrangement window?

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Re: Why do i haave to constantly resize the arrangement window?

Post by galvinstephen » Thu Dec 22, 2011 11:48 am

Soory but where is the 'Awlays on top' preference?

Also my NVidia card has its own window managment system. It seems that the fiercely independent Cubase team wanted to create their own.

Would it be possible to have a switch like ' Use Graphics Card Window Management'/ Use Cubase windows Management?

Or two radio buttons:
Use Cubase
Use System.

Something like that.

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Re: Why do i haave to constantly resize the arrangement window?

Post by C.LYDE » Thu Dec 22, 2011 12:12 pm

VariMu wrote:
TrevorG wrote:Can't help but chuckle - while the work space system does work - it's not as convenient as the system EVERY OTHER APPLICATION ON EARTH FOLLOWS.
Which is a built-in window manager. The part that really grates my goat, and here typical Steinberg policy raises its head as it so often does - why oh why remove something that was working just fine in previous versions :roll:
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