There are actually several ways that are already supported in RM to do this in descendant narrative reports. Some further improvements might be useful, but likely RM can already do what you wish. For example:
- Under Options when you are making a report, there is an option called Keep fact sentences in same paragraph. You can change this to start each fact in a new paragraph or to start a new paragraph for facts with notes.
- You can put carriage returns within notes, and you can put carriage returns at the end of notes to start the next fact on a new paragraph.
- You can put carriage returns at the beginning of the sentence templates for your fact sentences. This is the way I presently do it. You have to do it once for the death fact and it applies to all the death facts in your database. You have to do it once for the burial fact and it applies to all the burial facts in your database. The birth fact generally speaking goes to a new paragraph anyway because it is the first fact for a person.
The flip side is that there are places in RM's descendant narrative reports that have excessive white space, sometimes grossly excessive. You can save your descendant narrative reports to an RTF file and edit the RTF file with a word processor before printing a report. With Microsoft Word at least, you can use a global replace to remove all such excessive white space all at one go rather than removing it one little bit at a time. If you do anything like that and if you have a Name Index or a Place Index in your report, you have to tell Microsoft word to rebuild those indexes after removing the excessive white space and before printing the report.