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No, probably not.  Have you checked that it is not a minimized floating window? Have you checked that the Multi-dock is open and visible?  What are you doing to open the PVR?  

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Is the PRV listed under Views? If so, select it.  If it is greyed out, does your project have either a midi track or an instrument track? 

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1 hour ago, reginaldStjohn said:

No, probably not.  Have you checked that it is not a minimized floating window? Have you checked that the Multi-dock is open and visible?  What are you doing to open the PVR?  

I can see any window except the piano roll. Look at the top 

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Have you tried opening different Workspaces?

Do you use 2 monitors and are both on?

Have you tried minimizing the Project to see if it is hidden behind 

 

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47 minutes ago, John Vere said:

Have you tried opening different Workspaces?

Do you use 2 monitors and are both on?

Have you tried minimizing the Project to see if it is hidden behind 

 

Believe me, I already did all that

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Try this:

1. Go to Preferences ->Keyboard Shortcuts and bind a key to "Dock in Multidock"   (use something like the " / " key )
2. Views->Piano Roll View
3. Press the key you've just bound

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8 hours ago, msmcleod said:

Try this:

1. Go to Preferences ->Keyboard Shortcuts and bind a key to "Dock in Multidock"   (use something like the " / " key )
2. Views->Piano Roll View
3. Press the key you've just bound

Restore_PRV.gif

Thanks Mr. msmcleod

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11 hours ago, msmcleod said:

Try this:

1. Go to Preferences ->Keyboard Shortcuts and bind a key to "Dock in Multidock"   (use something like the " / " key )
2. Views->Piano Roll View
3. Press the key you've just bound

Restore_PRV.gif

This is cool. Say you have three views in a floating multi dock (console, PRV, and a virtual instrument GUI), is there a way to set a key binding that would cycle through whatever you have in the multi dock, alternating each into focus as you “toggle “ through?

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3 hours ago, Billy86 said:

This is cool. Say you have three views in a floating multi dock (console, PRV, and a virtual instrument GUI), is there a way to set a key binding that would cycle through whatever you have in the multi dock, alternating each into focus as you “toggle “ through?

Sort of...  but not with a single key press... and I doubt if that's what you really want in any case.  For example, you may not want your synth rack, video, navigator etc. all moved to the multi-dock.

The window receiving the "Dock in MultiDock" keypress must have focus. So you need to focus them one by one then press the bound key.

Say the key was "/" :

ALT + 2   then "/"    (Console)
ALT + 3   then "/"    (PRV)
ALT + 4   then "/"    (Step Seq.)
ALT + 5   then "/"    ( Matrix )
ALT + 6   then "/"    ( Staff )
ALT + 7   then "/"    ( Loop Construction )
ALT + 8   then "/"    ( Event List )
ALT + 9   then "/"    ( Synth Rack )
ALT + SHIFT + 1   then "/"    ( Lyrics )
ALT + SHIFT + 2   then "/"    ( Video )
ALT + SHIFT + 3   then "/"    ( Big Time )
ALT + SHIFT + 4   then "/"    ( Markers )
ALT + SHIFT + 5   then "/"    ( Tempo )
ALT + SHIFT + 6   then "/"    ( Marker / Key )
ALT + SHIFT + 7   then "/"    ( Sys Ex )
ALT + SHIFT + 8   then "/"    ( Navigator )
ALT + SHIFT + 9   then "/"    ( Surround Panner )

 

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I love this forum...no matter how many hours I have spent inside "Cake", someone always comes along and shows me something really cool

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I can’t see being a Cakewalk user and Not regularly reading the forum. I generally pick up one new trick or tip every time. It’s better to learn in small doses anyway. 

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I've forgotten everything I learned. 

Good thing I still remember there's a forum... 🥴

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