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::hours pass:: *sigh* The reason one of my blocks wasn't showing up in the editor was an underscore in its block-slug name (even though the file name also used an underscore). It would be great if Genesis Custom Blocks would issue an error if underscores simply aren't allowed. (Field slugs have no problem with underscores.)
e.g., a slug of "sponsor_logo" matches up to the "block-sponsor_logo.php" file and GCB clearly finds the file, and works fine otherwise, but the block doesn't appear as an option in the Gutenberg editor. But if its name is sponsor-logo and the file is "block-sponsor-logo.php" then it works fine.
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