This 'tear off' a window got me thinking. I use 2 string sections, one dark and one bright sounding. So I wanted to edit them both simultaneously but in 2 separate editor-windows. If I could rip off strings#1 and then open strings#2 as a second drawer-window. But it changes it's content to the same strings. Until I deselect the 'link-button'. Now I can open Strings#1, rip it off from drawer and then open strings#2 as it's own window from the menu. This DOES give me both string-tracks in 2 separate editors and I am able to edit in both of them. (I hide the arrange-window). I have them open in front of me, one above the other and that was exactly what I wanted to do, so this was a total success, many thanks.you can "tear off" an editor window
One thing I like to do is color my regions different colors and shift click them while the piano roll is open. In the piano roll editor select "show region colors" from the view menu. You will see all selected regions in the editor and instead of velocity you'll see the region color for the notes. You can go into a specific region by double clicking on a note, go back to the overview of all regions by double clicking in the background.This DOES give me both string-tracks in 2 separate editors and I am able to edit in both of them.