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This was setup using the PHP implementation to create a custom field (via PHP). I’ve used code provided by you to create a plugin which enables me to create a custom type: http://www.advancedcustomfields.com/resources/tutorials/creating-a-new-field-type/
The following code is (removed some customer-related stuff) from the file “fields/acf-fieldtype.php” (partially custom name):
$select_options = [
CUSTOMER::REPORT_A => ‘A Rapport’,
CUSTOMER::REPORT_B => ‘B Rapport’
‘key’ => $field[‘key’],
‘type’ => ‘select’,
‘name’ => $field[‘name’],
‘choices’ => $select_options,
‘value’ => $field[ ‘value’ ]
What i did to find the issue: var_dump $settings function in the ACF PRO plugin at the beginning of acf_render_field_setting, before it extracts the settings, then below the setting extraction and then below the code for which i suggested a fix.
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