Yeah, I think Cubase is partly to blame here. wink
I mean, aways on Top doesn't really mean "Always". grin

Even if you switch to any another running app (Finder for instance), you will see that the "always on top" window still disappears.

Seems to be exactly what happens when the throws up a yellow note, it tries to come to the foreground, sending Cubase to the background.
It would either be nice to be able to either suppress the messages, or have not try to take the focus when it generates a message.

It's funny how the AU in Logic/ GarageBand don't seem to be affected by this at all.

- Jay
MacPro 5,1/12 core@3.46GHz -- OS X 10.14.6 -- ATI 7970 -- 32 Gig RAM -- Crucial 500GB OS SSD -- Samsung EVO 1TB Audio/Sample SSD -- BIAB 2020 -- Logic Pro X -- Cubase Elements 11 -- Too many plugins