Adding a 'null' value to UX-Behavior-Row Selected when working in a table view

Hi guys, just a quick feature request but something I’ve noticed while managing multiple tables and views that irks me somewhat. I am the kind of user who tries to use Action button icons inside of rows that trigger different functions, so I rarely want the user to be able to click the data in the row and go somewhere (the default behavior-row selected function). This is why I often have to re-route the ‘Behavior’ section in UX-Table View in order to nullify should a user click outside of these action buttons. Unfortunately this is a clunky workaround and doesn’t work well with tables that have multiple ‘group by’ hierarchies. Is there a plan to add a simple ‘null’ value to the behavior section in order to do nothing when a user clicks that row?

Many thanks.