More powerful use of Conditional Text
Conditional text is a great tool, but limited. It could be used to apply formatting to text that would survive the "clear overrides" of para or char styles.
I can see that conditional formatting that changed the text itself could be difficult to implement (such as font size, applying italics, small caps, no break, no hyphenation...) but if it could do that, it could prove very handy to giving a persistent formatting "style" that would not be affected by clearing overrides.
Also: Sometimes highlighting or underlining is not appropriate. I'd like a flag in the margin that marks the beginning of the conditional text. An icon (or 2-letter ID) in the right/left/inside/outside margin would be great. And also, the possibility of a vertical rule that entends for the length of the conditional text, in the margin.
Also: a preview checkbox when defining conditional text.
Brian Laukaitis commented
Again, similar problem where conditional text is taking on the paragraph style of preceding text automatically when conditions are turned on/off