Well, these options don't make a lot of sense with "bridged" mode, at least to my understanding. I think if you need a bridged mode VPN this has to be a complex (and stable) network setup (VPN tunnel has to be up 100% of the time), so you should modify routing with the use of static routes.
I second that; I have issues where clients shouldn't have "standard" behaviour (e.g. most of the clients will use the gateway inside the tunnel, but one or two shouldn't). We may modify the client configuration by hand (and we usually do), for example to insert a
route-up script to remove default gateway routes; but that would be much more useful if this information would be managed inside the "account" configuration for each client, for example (so we are sure not to loose these settings if we need to recreate the VPN connection profile or settings change on OpenVPN roadwarrior server). Also, if we need some networks to be available between clients, we need to check "allow client-to-client network", but we may want to disable some networks for some of the clients (again,
route-up script for each account will help).
Also, not necessarily all the green networks have to be routed via VPN (again, removing them in production with a route-up script, but an "Export network within VPN tunnel" option would be much welcome, for example in the advanced options of network interface configuration).