That’s a different issue entirely. I’d use the machine console and type in “$h” if it moved.
Add a post as a feature request for that.
As Zach said, physical movement of the Xcarve will not provide the motion feedback to the system. For example let’s say you’re at X=2 per the system and you move it to X=1 by hand. The system still thinks you’re at X=2 as it has no knowledge of the manual movement. All your movements will be 1 off now.
Now, from a work zero perspective, that position is relative to the machine zero spot, set when you home. But when you manually move the spindle, since you’ve now de-synchronized the physical with the system, you have to reestablish the home position to re-sync the physical with the system.