Currently, Page override information is linked to the page number in the given layout.
There are already many great features, including the fact that page insertion works well.
Problems may arise in the following situation:
- say, you applied a page override to Page 58, which is Page 1 of your 6th flow.
- now, if you have to make a significant change in your 1st or 4th flow, so significant that you have to add a page, your flow #6 will start on page 59.
- in such a case, the overrides are not moved from page 58 to 59.
I would suggest that the page override be memorized as linked to “page 1 of flow 6 in the layout” instead of “page 58”. Or something like this.
Even though I fully support the fact that page overrides are meant to be applied at the end of the score engraving process, memorizing overrides as linked to the nth page of a flow would make the feature more powerful and flexible.
Potential problems when adding or deleting a flow from a given layout would similarly be greatly reduced. For instance, if you work on a piece of musical theater, and you have to insert a transition or cut a musical number at some point, after rehearsals have begun, or for a reprise of the work in a slightly different situation.