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At some stage of your solution development, you may have too many errors known to you. ReSharper allows you to flexibly ignore some errors or error-containing files and not include them into solution-wide analysis results.

Such items will be hidden from the error list in the Errors in Solution and from the status bar indicator. When necessary, you can display and stop ignoring these items.

To allow solution-wide analysis ignore specific errors
  1. With solution-wide analysis enabled, choose ReSharper | Windows | Solution Errors Window, or double-click the circle indicator in the right corner of the status bar.
  2. In the Errors in Solution tool window, select a discovered error or a file that contains errors.
  3. Click Ignore Error(s) in the toolbar. If you have selected a file, ReSharper will ignore any errors that it contains, and removes its entry from the list of errors.
    If you have selected a single error in a file, ReSharper only ignores this specific error and removes it from the list.
  4. As an option, to prevent ReSharper from hiding ignored errors, click Show Ignored Errors in the toolbar. As a result, you will be able to view all errors in solution, irrelevant of whether they are ignored or not. In this mode, the ignored items are shown as crossed out.
To stop ignoring specific errors in solution
  1. With solution-wide analysis enabled, choose ReSharper | Windows | Solution Errors Window, or double-click the circle indicator in the right corner of the status bar.
  2. In the toolbar of the Errors in Solution tool window, click Show Ignored Errors to display ignored errors.
  3. Select an ignored error or file. Such items are shown as crossed out.
  4. Click Stop Ignoring Error(s) to stop ignoring the selected item.

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