To fine-tune how potential errors, code redundancies or bad practices are displayed
  1. On the main menu, choose ReSharper | Options.
  2. Select Code Inspection | Settings.
  3. Make sure that Enable code analysis is selected.
  4. Open the Code Inspection | Inspection Severity category.
  5. Select an entry in the Inspection Severity tab.
  6. Click the drop-down list to the right of the selected entry, and choose one of five standard display options:
    optionsHighlighting
  7. Click OK.
To modify inspection severity for a specific quick-fix from the Text Editor
  1. Put the caret into a code position where a red or yellow bulb displays to the left of your code.
  2. Press Alt+Enter to open a drop-down list with a quick-fix for which you'd like to change inspection severity.
  3. In the drop-down list, choose Inspection options for [name of quick-fix]:
    Code_Analysis__Configuring_Warnings__Inspection_options
  4. In the Inspection options for [name of quick-fix] dialog box that appears, change severity of an issue that the quick-fix is intended to fix, by selecting any of the five radio buttons: Error, Warning, Suggestion, Hint, or Do not show:
    Code_Analysis__Configuring_Warnings__Inspection_options_dialog_box
  5. To change inspection severity for other issues, click Open options, which opens the traditional ReSharper | Options | Code Inspection | Inspection Severity tab. Otherwise, click OK to close the Inspection options for [name of quick-fix] dialog box.