I agree with David's comments below.
I had almost forgotten about potential problems with the lower edge of the luff catching at the mast channel after the sail is fully unfurled. My experience has been that this issue can be mitigated by keeping the main halyard snug and thereby the luff well tensioned. However, sailors more experienced than me may have situations when they want to adjust their sail shape by either tightening or loosening the luff. But for me, after I got my luff better tensioned I no longer had the problem. (you would have to adjust this tension at a time when the sail is not under load)
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