Exactly - you are using something to get around the user preference... the "actual push permission dialog"... I repeat again, you should consider being less aggressive, and use an "opt-IN" button on the page, instead of forcing a dialog to choose opt-in or opt-out. I simply don't understand what is gained by forcing it, all I know is that it's annoying, undesirable, and the only way to stop it is to stop visiting. I don't see linked instructions to block at a network level... which I wouldn't bother with anyway. I'll just stop visiting. Thanks.That setting doesn’t mean exactly what you think it means.
Websites can’t detect that setting. It’s to prevent Safari from ever triggering the native permission dialog. We can’t detect it.