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  1. Hi! The following s a small thing, and hopefully easy to fix, but it always irritates the beejeezus out of me. Not sure if it's a bug or by design, but in the second case I'd ask to review the design 🙂 I am pretty sure it's been the behavior from Sonar times, but hopefully it's a simple fix. I use a two-monitors setup, and I have CW on the left monitor and undocked windows on the right one: typically for the console or the tempo map (full screen) or sequencer (typically a fit-size window). Of course a new project starts with the various windows docked, so I undock the interesting window (say the console), move it to the right monitor and maximize it. When saving the project, CW remembers this which is great. So far so good. However, I often compose ideas switching between a demo I build piece by piece in CW and some other application. Typically that's a text editor where I am writing the lyrics and updating them to find the best flow with the music, or a browser, whatever. In doing so, I often close the undocked window (not CW) on the right while it is maximized full screen. After a few minutes, I reopen the same window (say the console) using the keyboard shortcut (or the "Views" menu).. CW opens the window undocked, but immediately resizes it to whatever not-full screen size it had before being maximized. So I have to go and click to maximize it again. 😭 This thing can repeat itself dozens of times in a writing or mixing session, and its mightily annoying. It seems that the menu is opening the window and then for some reason issuing it a request to toggle its size from maximized to not maximized. Which makes no sense, no other program I use insists in returning a window in non-maximized state if it had been closed as maximized (within the same runtime session, of course, I would understand if I were closing Cakewalk), So, the request: would it be possible to fix that behavior, and re-open an undocked window in exactly the same state it was when it was closed? (if it was closed maximized, keep it maximized, if it was closed not maximized, keep it not maximized) I love CW to bits, but this would really make me love it more! Every single unnecessary click is incredibly frustrating when you're balancing a guitar in front of the desk and trying to focus on the music or the mix. If there's already a way to change that behavior, happy to be told of course! Thanks! -Cris
  2. Hi, I'm a longtime time Cake user and like the new Bandlab version a lot. But one thing drives me crazy and seriously impacts my workflow: can I open only one soft synth or FX plugin at a time? For a project I use several soft synths and they all show up in the synth rack. Assigning tracks or channels, MIDI recording and editing, all no problem. But when I edit e.g. a sound patch on synth A and now want to adjust Synth B or an FX plugin accordingly, I can't. When I open the GUI for synth B via double click in the synth rack then synth A's GUI disappears. I use a multi-monitor DAW with one screen dedicated to plugin editing. In old Sonar versions I could have as many plugins open as I wanted to. How can I do this now with Cakewalk by Bandlab? I can't find any parameter or preference setting relating to this issue.
  3. Hi, This request is a pretty simple one (and possibly a nitpick-y one) — I would like to see a change to the current format of the clip colors which is, colored waveform/foreground and dark grey background. I admit, at first it looked good but after a while of actually working with the clips, I've came across situations where certain colors made it difficult to see what the waveform was showing. I'm hoping we can have the simple and consistent black/dark waveform again with actual colored clips instead of just the waveform.
  4. Hello, I found a slightly annoying "bug" if you will, but since the arranger was added, the area to click on for the Prochannel is extremely small and harder to get to. Hoping this can be the same size as the others somehow.
  5. I'm using the Cakewalk Shared Instruments inside of Reason 10 and I noticed that the GUI for the instruments and the effects will not show. I've tried several trouble shooting and also saving the GUI images to the native VST folder. Reason has a system folder that saves all information about the Vst/Vsti and I also saved the files there. Nothing has worked so far and I don't know exactly how to reach technical support for Cakewalk directly to get an answer. Who can I contact to help with this issue please?
  6. Hello. 15 year Cakewalk user, mostly happy with CbB. I just picked up a new laptop, Dell G5 series, 6 cores at 2.6 Ghz, 16 MB RAM, dedicated graphics card, SSD, etc. 9th Gen Intel i7 processor. In CbB and ONLY in CbB, any mouse movement tracks fine on the screen but a mouse click has a solid 3 seconds delay before response... for example, if I click on the timeline it'll take 3 seconds for that click to register and move the cursor. It's a brand new install. I'm having a hard time believing it's the machine. Any ideas?
  7. Hi there. Was just wondering if GUI will be worked on in future? It would be terrific if you could work in a single screen mode with proper scaling similar to how Cubase does their scaling. It would improve workflow immensely. Since I have moved from a dual screen to a single 27" display, It's quite difficult to navigate to the mixer and back. Thank You
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