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02/03/2017 12:16:33 AM (5 years ago)
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davidakennedy
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  • Ticket #39740, comment 4

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    11Thanks for the report @johnnyb! And thanks for the context @sami.keijonen – you're exactly right. That was done to be nicer for users in terms of site setup. That said, I can see why child themes would expect the default behavior. :)
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    3 @johnnyb What is your use case? Why does your child theme of Twenty Seventeen want to use `font-page.php` for the posts page if set as front? It will work loosely, but there will be some issues with featured images.
     3@johnnyb What is your use case? Why does your child theme of Twenty Seventeen want to use `front-page.php` for the posts page if set as front? It will work loosely, but there will be some issues with featured images.
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    55I'm open to fixing this, and making it better so long as we don't break existing sites. We probably just can't turn it off for all child themes because they could want the existing functionality. That leads me to want to leave it as is, and let child themes turn off Twenty Seventeen's changes if need be. But again, open to ideas and suggestions.