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I managed to find a workaround shortly after posting to your own question, here’s the link: http://support.advancedcustomfields.com/forums/topic/get_field-after-update_sub_field-gets-old-values/
My workaround method involves updating the
lists field after setting the
$list during the foreach. This way you you’re not forced in using WP code to access updated ACF repeater data.
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