It’s not uncommon for new versions of software to have some changes or issues that affect the workflow, even if the changes are intended to improve the software overall. As for the issue you mentioned with the render queue in Maxon Cinema 4D v2023.2, it’s possible that the software may have changed the way that the render queue works or that there may be a bug or issue with the current version.
To troubleshoot this issue, you can try the following:
1. Check the render queue settings: Make sure that the render queue settings are configured to save the current job list when you stop rendering. To do this, go to the Render Queue settings and check the option to “Save job list when render stops”.
2. Try rendering a new job: If the render queue is not picking up where it left off, try rendering a new job and see if the issue persists. This can help determine whether the issue is specific to the current job or a more general problem with the render queue.
3. Contact Maxon support: If the issue persists, you can reach out to Maxon support for further assistance. They may be able to provide additional guidance or help identify any bugs or issues with the current version of the software.