Editor Bounds doesn't save (Win 7 64bit – 32bit host)

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    adm
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    Hi,

    I am using Windows 7 64 bit but my host is 32bit Cubase 5.

    Every time I load CTRLR I have to navigate to File > Preferences > Editor Bounds and change the first two numbers to 0 and 0. Saving the panel or the preset as an .fxb does not save the preferences with it.

    This happens in both 5.3 and the latest version.
    I’ve tried changing ctrlr.settings (no Editor Bounds field though) and that makes no difference either.

    Any ideas on what I can do here?
    I have seen that you can export panels as their own separate VST… can I find some of the panels here as exported VSTS already?

    Thanks,
    adm.

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    Possemo
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    gee, you are probably using the last Air version of Cubase heh heh heh ;-p.
    Instances are too big to upload here on the Ctrlr.org site. I uploaded mine on google-drive. E.g. the Matrix-1000 panel: https://roet32.wixsite.com/ctrlr/oberheim-matrix-1000

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    gee, you are probably using the last Air version of Cubase heh heh heh ;-p

    No, I am not using a pirated copy of Cubase.

    There just has never been a reason for me to upgrade. For me, more features generally mean more annoying shit that gets in the way of making music. I mostly use hardware so it’s basically a tape recorder.

    I was hanging with a friend who used Cubase 10 and it looked like a fucking nightmare.

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    Sorry then, my fault – as englishman say: I beg your pardon. Your are absolutely right, there wasn’t a lot of improvement since Cubase5. Notably if you are using the MIDI sequencer in the first place.

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    Sorry then, my fault – as englishman say: I beg your pardon. Your are absolutely right, there wasn’t a lot of improvement since Cubase5. Notably if you are using the MIDI sequencer in the first place.

    Haha, all good, you’re definitely not the first person to wonder aloud why I’m still using Cubase 5.

    FWIW if I had the money I’d move over to Ableton, but in the meantime I”ll stick with my 8 year old PC and whatever still runs on it!

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    I never got excited about Ableton – but then – maybe I am getting old… Btw. I think Reaper is really great. It is somewhat similar to Cubase and it is unbelievably cheap for a pro-grade DAW.

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    There’s a few threads similar to this one, each with a different solution.

    None of those solutions (deleting preferences etc.) worked for me but after playing around with CTRLR again last night I managed to get it to work.

    All that was required was opening CTRLR in a VST host, manually changing the Editor Bonds in Preferences, then exported this as a VST (File > Export > Export Restricted Instance)

    Looks like I had the right idea in my first post (except I was hoping to find panels already exported as VSTS because I didn’t realise how to do it myself).

    Still getting to grips with CTRLR but very happy I made progress on this one, if anyone else is having the same issues as mine I hope my solution helps.

    Cheers.

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