Here’s the problem I’m running into. I’m registering fields via PHP using the acf/init action hook. The fields were exported from ACF Admin ( then deleted from admin/json ) and I’ve replaced the group key with the following:
$this->acf_group_key = 'group_' . uniqid();
'key' => $this->acf_group_key,
/** The group info and fields... **/
This more or less works. The problem I’m running into is that I have tabs in my fields. My Tab Fields display the proper ['parent'] within ACF hooks but the subfields in the tab do not display my field group. Presumably it’s to connect it with the tab since that’s the “parent”.
Using a hook like acf/load_value I am looking to verify that the passed $field (3rd parameter ) is part of the same group and has the same group key as $this->acf_group_key. Since I cannot rely on ['parent'] is there a better way or function call which will tell me if a given field is ultimately part of the same group?
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