Allow Top Margin setting to also apply to Fretboard diagrams and Chord symbols
S5 - Suggestion
OS: Windows 10 (10.0), Arch.: x86_64, MuseScore version (64-bit): 18.104.22.1688021803, revision: 3224f34
Open the attached score. It is 4 pages long and each page has a different top staff:
Page 1. Notes only.
Page 2. Notes plus chord symbols.
Page 3. Notes plus fretboard diagrams.
Page 4. Notes plus fretboard diagrams plus chord symbols.
The problem is that the "Music Top margin" setting is for the staff only, and doesn't take into account the presence of chord symbols and fretboard diagrams above the staff. As a result these elements are too close to the top of the page.
Suggestion: An option to apply the "Music Top margin" to chord diagrams and symbols as well.
I think in general this is not what people would want - it would lead to unnecessarily ragged top margins, and virtually no music published that way. But perhaps there could be an additional setting that could be used to control how much space is added. Like perhaps, a "minimum clearance" setting that defaults to 0 but you could increased if you wanted. So a setting of 3 sp with a music top margin of 7 sp would mean, the top staff normally starts 7 sp below the margin, but if that would result in the fret diagram or whatever coming withing 3 sp of the margin, extra space would be added.
FWIW, though in your example, I think the only issue is the page header is encroaching on the music. That really shouldn't have been the case by default but is that way for historical reasons. I'd recommend changing that, the header text style setting should really be placing the page number above the margin line, not below.