Question about Key Editor's grid

Could you guys explain what is the reason for the B, C, E and F rows to have extra height? In the screenshot below the E - F interval (minor 2nd) looks exactly the same as F - G (major 2nd).

It doesn’t make any sense to me and to say the least is very confusing. AFAIK Cubase is the only DAW that renders piano roll this way. Why?

Same notes in Logic:

This makes the 1 semitone steps in the C major scale clearer (E -> F, B -> C), which makes it easier and faster to tell where each octave ends and the other begins, specially when the Key Editor is zoomed out.

Definitely there should be an option in user preferences to set it up according to one’s liking. I don’t find it intuitive at all