WebStorm is a little too helpful for me, and is constantly showing balloon tips on top of some functions. How can I turn off this "feature"?
Also, what the balloon says does not make sense to me. It says:
Initializer type Function is not assignable to variable type...
I have no idea what this is supposed to mean. It is as if WebStorm makes some pretty significant assumptions about the patterns being employed. In my case I'm just assigning a function to a variable. Nothing too fancy really. I would like to exercise some control over what patterns WebStorm expects. I have the same general problem with the code inspection feature where there are apparently implicit assumptions about the structure of the code which do not hold true for my code.
Are these assumptions documented somewhere? ---- I'm moving from JSLint which I was able to make happy, and now I have this new tool with new demands. How can I control WebStorm's expectations?