Since recent update errors everywhere

I don't use typescript, but since I just updated, I get all these typescript like errors.

Including that lodash isn't a package… which it is and is installed.

This makes it impossible to know real errors, and everything online on how to suppress or disable these don't come up. So frustrating.

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Unfortunately I failed to reproduce the issue using similar code:

Do you have a sample project you can share that reproduces it?

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What about something simple that any project can reproduce like this:

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I would like to kindly ask if you could provide a test project that replicates the issue. This will help us investigate and identify the root cause of the problem. Thank you for your cooperation.
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I had a very similar issue that started after the I upgraded WebStorm to Build #WS-241.14494.235.
All unused variable warnings have become problems all of a sudden.

I started seeing high number of problems on right top corner of the file editor along with squiggly red lines under file name.
But when I went to that bottom pane (Problems pane?) that lists errors and warnings, it was all warnings and suggestions only.

- I tried File > Invalidated Caches  (all checked) → it didn't help.
- I tried changing Inspections settings (JavaScript and TypeScript > Unused symbols) to Consideration from Warning → it didn't help.

- I tried shutting down WebStorm, deleting .idea folder for the project completely, and reopening it. → this worked.

What strange is that even if I put the old .idea folder back now, WS won't give me the same errors.

I hope this helps..

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I reset all my settings and didn't import old ones… reinstalled my plugins and everything is working as expected now.

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Never mind, spoke too soon. After restarting all the errors are back.

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However, if I disable this the errors go away:

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Yes, as the errors come from the Svelte Language Server, disabling it should help.

Please note that with the server disabled you can miss certain diagnostic messages for warnings and errors.

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