New index-editing tool: problems with adding entries
(I've edited the second paragraph, because it turns out that part of the problem was that I was being too impatient -- although the error message didn't say that.)
In the early, one-per-side Hungarian civil registers, entries based on a written report (such as from a hospital) were often written "longhand" in the margin instead of using the pre-printed fields. For whatever reason, the computer-based indexing process skipped these entries entirely.
If only one of the entries on an image was written longhand and therefore skipped (such as https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:33SQ-GGBH-686?view=index&groupId=M9S8-QML), then the new editing tool can be used to add the missing entry to the index. This is good, in theory. However, the process is highly complex, convoluted, and long -- and the result is an index detail page that initially claims to be restricted ("we can't show this record to you"), and then is ... very strange: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:62XJ-P327.
Notice that the principal's parents are showing under her name as if her name has been corrected twice.
If both entries on an image were skipped, then the tool is unavailable on that image, so neither entry can be added to the index in any form. For example: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:33S7-9GBH-691?view=index&groupId=M9S8-QML.
Have I simply missed the correct pixel to click on the unindexed image? Is there any chance of the process being simplified, or at least for the error message to actually say what's wrong?