What are the normal steps to use and customise a repeating block template in Maestro?

I would normally expect (from previous experience with Composer) to see some configurable properties at the root-level, such as:

  1. Name of each item (EG: Item type "Director" is then used to produce headings such as "Director 1")
  2. Top or bottom delete button
  3. Then, of course I would add content

It appears that Maestro does this differently, and also allows a number of ways to do it, but I don't want to pick up bad habits early and go an override formulas that derive data from intended sources of truth.

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      Found it!

      All of these configuration items (and more) are not in the root-node, but in the first child called "Content"

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