nightjarnz

But, I didn't write this, I have no context on why it's there. you're right - it needs more substantial documentation :)

nightjarnz

Which indicates it shouldn't be static - so your issue is still valid. It highlights this :)

nightjarnz

If you want to disable it for a page type, you need to use the setters.

nightjarnz

No, having it set on config allows you to disable it for every page in existence for a project

nightjarnz

That is the very reason snake case is used - to differentiate config keys from class variables.

nicolaas

fair enough 😉, but having it set to a proper config allows you to disable it on a Vendor owned Page