MULTIPLE IDEAS OF IMPROVING MUSESCORE 3:
1a. The lines of the musical staff in MuseScore 3 aren't numbered from bottom-to-up, BUT from up-to-bottom which isn't correct in music: all the musical pedagogy uses this bottom-up numbering. I have discovered this bug by selecting Staff properties - 2 lines staff option, which generates a musical staff with lines of F and D (in treble clef) instead of lines of E and G (considering C as having its own "0th" ledger line).
1b. A flexible elegant way to solve this bug would be actually to let the user choose from a separate menu what lines he exactly wants to use (F, D, B, G or E, in treble clef OR 1st line=E, 2nd line=G, 3rd line=B, 4th line=D and 5th line=F).
1c. Another argument would be that, If this bug would be solved, than MuseScore would be the ideal software to write scores using a modular periodic bilinear staff (MPBS) which I promote from some time (I was partially constrained to create my own software called LeadMuse for that purpose). See links below:
When I try to paste a chord symbol on a note in a tuplet, it generates the error "cannot intersect with a tuplet", although this shouldn't be a problem, as any composer should be free to choose any note from a tuplet for a chord change. Maybe the technical team will solve this issue in the future. I also suggest to implement the F2 keyboard shortcut for editing/”renaming” any text from any score edited in MuseScore: it is a universal shortcut used in all versions of Windows and it’ll be quite convenient to also implement it in future versions of MuseScore. This may be considered complementary to the double-click method for editing a text/chord etc (which I saw that it was solved in the meantime).
When I choose the text of a chord symbol and try to BOLD it, the text of that chord disappears. I think it would be a useful feature to let the composer/writer/teacher choose some chord symbols to be emphasized with bold or even underline if necessary for him.
The implementation of audio-chords (to be played directly from chord notation is great). It would be even greater if the technical team would create a notation for the basses of various chords only so that I can choose if one any beat the bass or the other notes of the chord are to be played. I’ve noticed however that there are many chorded songs on MuseScore site for which the player doesn’t play the chords: why is that? Even if those scores were chorded in older versions of MuseScore, why doesn’t the online MuseScore player interpret those chords in audio form, in the style of MuseScore 3?
The implementation of rapidly finding any tool by a string of text is a great feature of Muse Score 3 (it spears a lot of valuable time). However, when any object from the score is selected, the specific palette of options (corresponding to that object) should be automatically opened (concomitantly with closing all the other palettes) (or the user should have this option in the editor, if wanting this feature or not).
Let the user choose manually (by selecting a measure from a score and dragging it closer or more distant from an adjacent staff) the staff spacing between any two chosen adjacent musical staves (and apply that distancing rule for all the selected measures and staves. Having to insert individual staff-spacers is too laborious and time-consuming. This suggested feature is greatly implemented for example in Sibelius 7 and spare a lot of valuable time.
With all these features implemented, Muse Score will surely surpass Sibelius 7 in many ways!