Feature Request - Instrument names in the parts after the 1st page (auto-creation)
So I would like to request a feature that I believe we all can't go wrong with.
Even though a header is an optional element that is up to an arranger/composer to decide, the elements like page numbers, short instrument names on the score after the first page should always be there. And in Musescore they are.
I believe the same applies to the part name (instrument name) after the first page on generated parts of any score with more than one instrument. I can't imagine a possible situation, where an arranger/composer or conductor would prefer not to have them, as with lots of parts, the part name is essential in order to keep single sheets organised and not loose track of which page belongs to which instrument. Those names carry pretty much the same function as the page numbers and therefore are hardly a matter of preference, or aesthetics but are just necessary for practical purposes. It would help less experienced users of Musescore, or less experienced writers in general to create credible scores, but also professionals could make use of such feature to save time on layout editing. The format could either be a "part name" of the respectful part, or a short name of the instrument like on the score after the 1st page. It can be placed in the upper middle position of the page. I suggest the upper middle position as it is the most common position in the modern charts I've seen and it is how other notation programs like Finale and Sibelius place them by default. Obviously the score doesn't need that, it's just for the parts.