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This is related to #28517, and and I'm wondering if this should be included along with that issue?
For more context, this is important for us because some blocks don't make sense for certain contexts. For example, the columns block makes sense for a Footer widget area, but definitely should not be allowed for a Post Sidebar widget area. We need a way to force those distinctions for our editors.
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What problem does this address?
I would like to filter what blocks are available on a per widget area basis. Currently there doesn't seem to be a way to do this.
What is your proposed solution?
Something like this would be ideal
register_sidebar( [ 'name' => __( 'Primary Sidebar', 'theme_name' ), 'allowed_blocks' => [ 'core/paragraph', 'core/latest-posts' ] ] );
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Yea this makes feedme unusable for us at the moment with 3.7. Any update on this?
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