I run Audacity 2.0 on Ubuntu Linux 12.04. I'm not sure what the current status of theming support is, but in any event I can't figure out how to change the spectrogram color mapping.
Audacity is a great program, truely, considering all of the editing, generator and filtering capability. But the sickly pink/blue/white spectrogram colors are truely becoming a show stopper for me. It doesn't see a particularly difficult change to provide several selectable mappings for the spectrogram colors.
I am NOT talking about background colors or waveform line colors or the colors of buttons, text etc. I mean the spectrogram intensity colors of the FFT window.
If there truely is no such thing, what would be the expected complexity and skills needed to create one. I am a C++ programmer and it seems rather straightforward at least
at first blush.
Also, concerning the ImageCache.png file. I am not seeing a useful editor for the options in this file. When I use GIMP the result comes out unreadable, apparently because the image is "flattened". What program would you recommend to editing this customization file.