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You are not talking to Adobe here, you are talking to other Lightroom users in this forum, and we can't change anything.
If you'd like to submit a feature request directly to Adobe, the link is right there on the front page of this forum.
Lastly, if your right-click on the word Sublocation (or Location or State or ...), you can then "accept" the sublocation that LR has chosen, and then the text becomes white to indicate it has been "accepted". I would admit this is a poor design, but it elminates the grey on grey problem.
Unfortunately there is no "accept" option displayed on my Mac (CTRL + mouse click)
After the dropdown menu appears, you select the correct choice to indicate it has been "accepted"
Sorry, I should have read your post properly - it does work on the Mac if you click o the heading, not the field and its contents.
The grey, hard-to-read location fields are the result of a very bad user-interface design. Please add your me-too vote and details of why you find them clumsy to this topic in the official Adobe feedback forum: Lightroom: improve control over reverse-geocoded Location metadata | Photoshop Family Customer Community .
See this post in that topic for two plugins that work around this misfeature: Lightroom: improve control over reverse-geocoded Location metadata | Photoshop Family Customer Community