Visibility changes the layout of score
When changing the visibility of elements, Musescore changes the layout of the score: specifically noticed is beam directions. This screws up the intended view for the user in certain scenarios, and it gets worse if used with multiple-measure selection, and seems to be more prominent when utilizing multiple voices.
Expected behavior: User-defined spacing of measures, beam directions, etc. should remain unchanged, that is, they should be independent of visibility. This is especially important if the user wants to have only a certain type of elements showing for screen shot purposes for further use, only to find that they are no longer in their desired positions.
Observation: This probably would be an easy code fix: layout code is probably not being executed by checking for visibility before layout feature implementations (maybe to save processing time?) But this shouldn't be much processing time to perform, and it would be better to have visibility have no effect on the layout at all, so far as understood.
To give an example, an attached gif is provided with a few pressings of the 'v' visibility upon a measure. The beam of the second voice in this specific example alternates upon visibility shifting. Notice also that the measure size changes, which adds up in bulk. This was also the way it was in version 2, but this is with the most recent version: