Working with schematics on a daily basis, none of the schematics that were provided contained the “Junction Dot”. It is not needed, and can actually cause problems with readability, especially on paper schematics that get handled a lot.
There is no reason to add the extra wire connections in the schematic if the symbols are created to be reasonably spaced.
Here is a screen of what to NEVER do, even if KiCad requires the “Junction Dots” for some connections at this point in time:
If KiCad developers were not swayed by an individual to FORCE “Junctions Dots” on every schematic junction, this is what it could look like:
Currently the KiCad ERC requires some connections to have “Junction Dots”. Some of the “Junction Dots” are just visual clutter, and some of them are actually needed to make the connection between nets.