Questions concerning theming and icons in 2.0
First of all, thanks for the great features in 2.0 so far! I upgraded to Ubuntu 14.04 (Beta) recently and getting a 2.0 Nightly to work was as easy as installing a few Qt5 libraries.
The only thing that bothers me is the theming of MuseScore. While I understand the developers' reasoning behind having one single theme on all platforms, it seems to come down to a question of whether the icons on the toolbars will be visible or not.
I have used MuseScore 1.x on various operating systems, and I have never had any problems reading the monochrome icons. I fail to understand how this is a problem in 2.0.
I would therefore like to make the following suggestions and offer help if possible:
1. How about having the *option* to choose a native theme? Not have it by default, but just have the option if a user so chooses. It can even be slightly hidden if need be. I believe the Qt libraries do this theming for you and MuseScore developers can make use of that.
2. Have a few icons sets. I would be more than willing to help refine these if I can. While I am no icon/logo designer, I do know my way around Inkscape and I can do some graphic tasks with reasonable success. A variety of icon sets could be benificial.
I really enjoy using a great-looking piece of software, but it really gets to me if something looks out-of-place or non-native.
If I can be of any help, please ask me. I have a bit of time right now.