Which brings me to a feature request:
In a bundle of baroque sonatas, I wanted to include just a little extra white space between the (relatively short) movements, just like the example above. But: the extra white space is unneeded before the first flow on the page. There is a layout option to omit the flow heading before the first flow, but it really only applies to the very first flow in the project.
In my recent project, I assigned the First master page to the page with the first movement of each sonata. Unfortunately, I couldn’t omit the unneeded flow heading after sonata 1 (without making a mess with page overrides etc.).
Actually, I have a double FR:
A layout option under the Vertical Spacing settings where I can add a little extra white space between flows on the same page, i.e. without the need to insert flow headings and/or flow heading changes. Of course, this extra white space would be ignored if a flow starts on the top of the page (like you would do with paragraphs in text if they are otherwise separated by white space.)
Flow Headings now have a setting ‘Show flow headings: Never / Not for first flow / For all flows’ (see above). I’d like to suggest an extra option: ‘Not for first flow on (any) “First” master page’. This would make all First pages the same, and save us some overrides and messing around.
Apart from this all, it would be nice if flows could be grouped hierarchically, with the possibility to have different kinds of headings and ‘first’ pages according to the grouping of flows. It’s a suggestion made earlier, so I leave it at that.