Create an empty placeholder for lists
I would like to be able to add an empty placeholder to mark a division in a list. Better yet, this placeholder should contain editable text, and I should be able to place multiples in a list, with unique text in each one.
Why? When you create a list like <a href="http://letterboxd.com/lise/list/best-samurai-films-recommendations-needed/">Best Samurai Films - recommendations needed</a> you may want to move the films you've seen to the top of the list. You want to divide those you've seen from the others. I had to use Yojimbo as the marker. But a blank black placeholder in which I could have typed: "Films I've seen to the left" or "end of films I've seen" would be great.
On other popular use for it: A list about remakes or directors' best works. Placeholders can always be used in between sets of film thumbnails to indicate a stop. In this case they could even be left blank. Three film thumbnails - placeholder - four film thumbnails - placeholder and now you've got an easily read list of two directors' best works.
Great idea. How difficult would it be to implement?
Bob Hovey commented
Great idea. I've got a list of submarine movies, I'd love to be able to add a blank line that I could put heading labels on, like "Pre-WWII," "WWII," "Cold War," etc... instead of having to add a note to each film.