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I successfully place block with twig_teak module programmatically in my twig file. Unfortunately in order for this to work, it needs a region in the UI. How should I hide it from its original region? I'm placing it with code, so I don't want it showing up in any region, and disabling it removes it everywhere. Styling the unwanted one out on the front end is hopefully not the recommended solution here.

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    For similar scenarios in the past I've added a No render region and place blocks in there. And then obviously don't render the region :)
    – Clive
    Jun 6, 2022 at 19:23

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Block configuration entities need a region, but not blocks in general. Twig Tweak can generate the block config on the fly and doesn't need them to be stored in the database:

{{ drupal_block('plugin_id', {label: 'Example'|t, some_setting: 'example', setting_array: {value: value}}) }}

If you don't know the plugin and the settings, configure a block in UI temporarily and export the YAML file (/admin/config/development/configuration/single/export). You find both near the end of the file.

https://git.drupalcode.org/project/twig_tweak/-/blob/3.x/docs/blocks.md#block-plugin

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