Nothing wrong with 2 way junctions and connection dots. Last time this was an issue was somewhere in the 80’s with bad quality dot matrix printers.
There is a very simple converntion that works good:
With a dot there is a connection. No dot, no connection.
Related to this:
Never draw those weird “bows” to jump over connections, when hand- drawing a schematic. Doing so is pretty much un-maintainable, as you always have the inlination to draw the bows on the last drawn wire, which would make some bows horizontal, and others vertical. When the screenshot below would be drawn on paper, with the bows, it would look truly confusing: