Why does adding a Tempo mark to a range cause multiple tempo markings to be added?
If I select an individual empty measure of my score and then add a tempo marking, it does more or less what I expect - adds a single tempo marking (though arguably if I only select a single measure, it should add also automatically something to the next measure to indicate a return to the previous tempo).
But if I select a measure that has notes in it - it adds that tempo marking to all the notes in the measure, which is definitely never going to be what I expect.
Is there any reason if the current selection is a range, tempo markings aren't just added once at the beginning of the range?
I actually would expect this for (most) dynamic markings too - the exception being sf type markings that meaningfully do only apply to single notes.
It works as expected for lines - hairpins etc. - a single hairpin is added applying to the whole range. Likewise clefs/time & key signatures. So why not other palette items where this makes logical sense?