How to handle the order of auto placements for (some) symbols from the master palette
It cames up from #288761: Incorrect order of auto placement by adding symbols from the master palette to notes with articulations and originally from a German forum topic: https://musescore.org/de/node/288730
There are some symbols, which obviously should be placed by default above articulations (and chord symbols, may be also other elements, they're above in the order of auto placement), . In these discussions it concerns the symbols for accordion registers, but I could imagine there are other symbols of the master palette too.
In this case it's difficult to see for an user after adding such a symbol to decrease the distance between articulation (for example marcato) and the note head by changing the horizontal offset (changing the vertical offset won't change the order or the distance) or deactivate the auto placement inside the inspector to get the expected result (= to place the symbol above the articulation). Here I don't see any sense to place it between the notehead and the articulation, maybe there are some?
Using a staff text and special characters could be way for that, but shouldn't be first choice in such cases in my opinion.
So for a better work flow I would recommend that such symbols from the master palette should easily be added to the top of a staff as mentioned without further necessary actions.
Or am I wrong?