That’s good to know!
I think ACF should use the same way of providing styles as Gutenberg where possible. It makes for a more seamless experience if things like padding, margins, colors, line height (or any settings you can apply to core blocks) are assigned in the same way when using ACF custom blocks.
Also, something I have been thinking about is that ACF blocks seem to use two separate wrappers for the same block. There is the main block wrapper, then several levels down the ACF container appears with many of the style properties duplicated. It seems like a lot of unnecessary markup. It results in things like double padding and repeated background colors, because the padding and other styles are applied to both the main block wrapper and the ACF wrapper.
Hope that makes sense, I like the block editor but it has really made things confusing.
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