Enable suggested changes to Places when editing events
If the place where a vital event occurred, such as a marriage, has been mis-indexed and the place is not in the existing list of 'Standardized Places' there seems to be no way to suggest an edit that would correct the error.
For example, "England, Manchester, Parish Registers, 1603-1910," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:2335-6K4 : 9 March 2021), William Taylor and Hannah Ravenscroft, 19 Sep 1849, Marriage; citing St Mary's Parsonage, Manchester, Lancashire, England, Manchester Central Library, England; FHL microfilm . Is attributed to St Mary's Catholic Church, Manchester, Lancashire, England, United Kingdom, but St Mary's was an Anglican Parish Church, consecrated in 1756, originally within the Parish of Manchester, Collegiate (later Cathedral), but becoming a Parish in its own right in 1839. It was demolished in 1891 - but all the available 'standardized' churches have date ranges that include the present. What about closed ones?
Identifying the 'standardized place' is step one of the edit and if you can't select it, there is no way to provide the rest of the info or to proceed. Hundreds (thousands?) of vital events at this Church are mis-indexed - which doesn't seem very satisfactory.