I use Lightroom CC and I have a question about the Feature address lookup.
It works fine but sometimes the sublocation is wrong or missing and I want to enter this manually.
But after changing this attribute everything else (City, Country ..) is empty and I have to fill everything again by myself.
From my perspective it makes sense if I can override what I want and the rest should be still there.
Is there an Option to do this or is it a bug?
I'm not sure what you mean by "Feature address lookup."
The behavior you describe about entering a sublocation and having the suggestions (that's the grayed out text Lr puts in say City, State etc based on location) is very aggravating. It's either a bug or some drone at Adobe doesn't know how people work. Register your displeasure here: Lightroom: improve control over reverse-geocoded Location metadata | Photoshop Family Customer Community
Meanwhile, during the time that Adobe ignores us, the solution is to commit the suggested data that is already there. Sublocation isn't always found, and is very frequently wrong, and is open to lotsa interpretation. Is it the neighborhood? park? street? So click say "City" first and select city from the popup, then state, etc. Then go back to sublocation and fill something in.
Get the Any Tag plugin since it can commit all the locations at once; Any Tag Lightroom Plugin
And also the Geocoding plugin by Jeffrey Friedl, Jeffrey Friedl's Blog » Jeffrey’s “Geoencoding Support” Plugin for Lightroom
This plugin allows you more control over looking up sublocations.
Thank you for your answer and sad to see that the error existed so Long..