It is not supposed to look like that!
And of course no color should be able to cover another color's starting square!
Looking through the logs, I see there was a similar occurrence at one time
for someone else. I will investigate this and find out where those strange numbers are coming from!
The starting squares are supposed to be in the squares shown here,
and I've seen a few games, none starting like you show.UPDATE: I found the bug!
Some code was out of order.
The starting squares were based on the PREVIOUS game type of the table,
which was fine if it was a C2 table ... but not so fine if its last use was
for 2-colors game on the smaller board.
It is now fixed.
Thanks for reporting this bug.