I generate a lot of narrative reports for family and people who I am helping in their genealogy. I usually prefer the D'Abouville (indented) format for descendancy reports especially when there are a lot of people in the families and it's hard to keep track of who is whom. There are 3 edits I frequently have to make on the reports so they look the way I want them. If these could be standard or options, then that would save me a lot of trouble.
1 - delete multiple blank lines. Probably, most of them are due to me leaving a carriage return on the end of a note. But the extra lines are not intended nor helpful.
2 - a format option that suppresses details. Sometimes I want the names and BMD details but NOT all the other factoids about census records, occupation, etc etc etc because they just make the whole thing TOO long. I think what that would entail is a checklist of fact types to be included/excluded from this one particular instance of the report, perhaps as a report option. Would want to do this for every narrative type report.
3 - better formatting of the details. Most of the events associated with a person are reported as single sentences in chronological order. If there's a note associated with the event then there are follow-on sentence(s) for that event. I would like each event sentence (and any follow-ons) presented in bullet-ed list form. You would see the basic sentence or 2 about the BMD info for the person and then every event after that would be a new bullet, properly indented under the person, one or more sentences, still in chrono order. I can send you examples if you'd like to see them. Would want to do this for every narrative type report.