As there is a way of avoiding the problem - untick box, ALT double click - I'd be happier with the features as is. Someone else has also pointed to the problem of people calling on random frequencies all over the band thereby making the band occupancy greater than it need be.
It seemed like a good idea at the time. And it is standard DX procedure - "listening up 2". With FT8 you are not going to be drowning out the DX station but you may be buried under the pile up in his listening slot so getting a clear frequency is good, but there can be collateral damage.
I'm sot sure how far from the nominal frequency you need to go to get independent decodes, maybe 25 Hz? After a period of chaos some form of operating procedure or multimultipass decoding will evolve. In the meantime we need to be patient.
Remember it is a DX mode so expect some selfish behaviour.
Because it is easy to use in basic form don't expect the other guy to read the all notes and user guides.
My current gripe is the bloke who has all the knobs wound fully clockwise and is still 250 Hz plus wide with all attenuators switched in in my rx chain. Doesn't understand that winding the boxes back by only 2 dB will actually increase his signal and leave more usable band for the rest of us.
You will sort out the viewing problem etc after a bit more experimentation.