Probably why I never use it because it’s far too unpredictable. When I’m modelling I want to interact with things the way I see it. It’s really a basic aspect of user centred design. Things are legible.
I’m at a loss. I cannot fathom how producing an unreliable and unpredictable result is being accepted as just the way it is. I’m here trying to suggest how things could be better. I’ve yet to see one single reason for why the current behaviour is better, let alone even acceptable. Yet my suggestion seems to being met with a dismissive shrug.
What I’m suggesting would be substantially better, and I imagine, not particularly difficult to implement. If the response is “thanks, we’ll add it to the list but can’t promise when it will be sorted” I’d be like, OK, fair enough.
Or even, “thanks, we understand and will discuss it internally” I’d kind of think, alright, we’ll pick up this discussion later.