I submitted a joint paper and it is accepted by a journal after two minor revisions. In the last revision, there is a misunderstanding between my coauthor and me, so the last revisions still contained several mistakes. The manuscript has gone into production and the journal will send the proofs.
How do I fix the mistake?
(1) Should I contact the journal immediately and send revised manuscript?
(2) should I wait the proof-reading version and ask the journal to fix my mistakes?
I prefer the first option, since this is faster and pointing out the mistake in the proof-reading version is more difficult than fixing the original manuscript. The manuscript is written in LATEX. However, I also understand that the first option will be a problem to the journal.