I'm using WebStorm with a file watcher for compiling SCSS files. It works peachy, except that before I was using the command line Ruby SCSS watch command which allowed to specify a list of loadPaths, so the @import calls could be cleaner and simpler.
In Webstorm, if I @import a file with such a URL, it gets highlited as not found (since I didn't fine any loadPaths config).
This leads to variables and functions not being picked up, code completion and jump to reference not working.
The only current workaround is to put relative paths in all @import clauses, which is very ugly, and involves a lot of "..\..\..\blah\file.scss" and so on.
Did I miss something or is there no way to configure one or two project-wide load paths for @import lookups ?