Next/Previous System command: opinion
In thinking about implementing a command (keyboard shortcut) for [next/previous system], see: #293732: Next System Shortcut, I've run across an implementation question. I realize that in a sense this a superfluous command to have, as often a system only contains something like 4 or 5 measures. The user merely has to press [next measure] with (ctrl+left/right) a few times and is on the next system at the same instrument staff as previously.
However, if the user is in a score with, for example, 12 instruments, and is at the bottom of the system while copying a score, and now ready to move over to the next system to begin input at the beginning (the top left of the next system)... from the keyboard perspective the user will have to do something like:
[next measure] however many times to get to the next system, and then
[alt+up] to traverse back up to the top most instrument. This could be something like 10-15 command presses.
It's in thinking about this that I'm re-entertaining that a potential [next/previous system] command shouldn't stay on the same instrument as the user is currently, but move to the top-left of the next/previous system (upon the first instrument). Another stronger reason for this is that pressing [next system] would be equivalent to pressing [next measure] if the user were at the last measure of a system. Instead of having such a similar functionality with [next/previous measure], I'm thinking that [next/previous system] would be more useful if it always brought the user to the top-left most of the next/previous system.
I wonder if anyone has any input about this or opinion? I'd be interested to know before doing a pull request.