Hostname Cert overwrites cyberpanel cert

Background:
Installed latest cyberpanel on a fresh Centos 7.5 x64 image at DigialOcean. Created a new site with the same hostname as my server (eg. sub.domain.com) and issued a hostname cert for that domain. Was able to log into my panel at https://sub.domain.com:8090 and the cert was a valid cert issued from Let’s Encrypt.

Now, when I create a new website and issue a hostname cert for say, otherdomain.com, my panel at sub.domain.com tries to use the domain from otherdomain.com.

Edit: If I go back and re-issue the sub.domain.com cert and restart my browser it fixes the issue until the next website.

Am I doing something wrong or this a bug?

If you need SSL for other sites you can use Manage SSL → https://cyberpanel.net/docs/issuing-ssl-for-website/

The hostname SSL feature will always replace your SSL as it was designed to do so.

I was hoping it was something simple, that makes perfect sense now. thanks.