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My issue was related to incorrect registering of the fields through PHP. I needed the field to show in two locations and issue was related to incorrect array nesting of the ‘location’ property. Here’s the working example.
acf_add_local_field_group([ 'key' => 'G1570820135490', 'title' => 'Extras', 'fields' => $fields, 'location' => [ [ [ 'param' => 'nav_menu_item', 'operator' => '==', 'value' => wp_get_nav_menu_object('mega')->term_id, ] ], [ [ 'param' => 'nav_menu_item', 'operator' => '==', 'value' => wp_get_nav_menu_object('mega-australia')->term_id, ], ], ], 'menu_order' => 0, 'position' => 'normal', 'style' => 'seamless', 'label_placement' => 'top', 'instruction_placement' => 'label', 'active' => true, ]);
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