Thats standard practise at dealerships. Fix the bare minumum to make it safe and road legal. Thats it. They usually ignore anything minor, or anything they dont think the customer will notice. I have seen a lot of cases where a buyer will point something out that needs to be fixed, and upon delivery hasnt been fixed. Remember, dealerships are businesses too, and are trying to make as much profit as they can. Once the car leaves their lot they dont care what happens to it.
I wouldnt put money down on a car until i saw that all things ive noticed are fixed. I would never take delivery of a car if they didnt even bother to fix small things. How do i know they bothered to fix the important things?