Not really. Also I’m not using json editing. I’m using @/Awesome_E’s project builder. Therefore the project builder is json editing. Therefore the project builder is taking advantage of json editing not me.
it depends on what blocks you edited in – the “we need to take down your project” edits would be things like the seed block (monetized one), if you found a way to get images, or something similar that otherwise bypasses what the subscription is supposed to make “pay to unlock”
so scenes are fine, other “normal” blocks to avoid would maybe be things like the subscriber music ones that go significantly beyond making a small function easier to accomplish. that might not necessarily get taken down but its really wrong on principle; if you want the block, just support tht and pay a little bit for it. theres other ways to code the same/similar thing without it and you can pretty easily either do that or pay