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comment Changing a setting in the wp-admin/customize.php reverts CSS styles to parent theme
Sure, changed the phrasing of the question and bolded the bit about disabling the customizer. There is plugins that can accomplish it, but I don't want a user 2-3 years down the track disabling something and then nuking the site, so I think I need to do it in the functions.php and comment the reasoning.
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