Some schooners fly yankees, along similar lines
(But schooners are weird, they often seem to make stuff up as they go, and they do have second or third masts behind the yankees to control twist. Triatic staysails, mules, gollywobblers, spinnaker
staysails, 30 degrees of mast rake.... It's like dodgy software, with more patches than original code.
"Just grab any piece of cloth you see and tie the corners off to random parts of the boat. Wayhey, we're sailing.")
Yeeeeaaahhhh ... I can kinda see where your maverick jib
flipper was going with that. Reckon a few hunnert sqft of nylon out front is a better answer. How about this! Go all old school and hoist a YARD to the masthead. 30 feet of telescoping carbon fiber. Then fly your spinnaker
upside down on that. Keeps it clear of the mainsail foot and puts lots of sail up where the good wind is.