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The time spent on 'minor corrections' may be comparatively more than 'major corrections'.
For example, a professor may give comments that are over 10 pages long, and request 'minor corrections'.
On the other hand, another professor may give comments that are 2 pages long, and request 'major corrections'.
Just follow his suggestions. But you should keep the email which your supervisor recommended the additional corrections.
On the contrary, my supervisor advised me NOT to include additional changes even it can improve the thesis significantly. However, my introduction went through many revisions before the submission...
For my case, my sup did not submit a new file. However, my sup has good relationship with the editor. :)
In one journal, an editor explicitly discourages revising the file after submission. (It is mentioned in the submission process...) Frankly, I can imagine the confusion caused for the admin etc... who does not know much about the manuscript. However, what is most important is the overall quality of your manuscript. Who does not make little mistake like this?
My sup submitted the wrong version in the initial submission.
However, my sup blamed me for having so 'many' versions. :)
It should be good to clarify with the editor as HazyJane has suggested.
However, it is possible that this will give a negative impression.
So, is it really that critical? Some editors may focus on the introduction, conclusion and references…
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