[RESOLVED] Decrease the highlight level doesn't remove the warning of the current editor 关注
I use the IntelliJ IDEA 2022.2.3 (Ultimate Edition) Build #IU-222.4345.14, built on October 5, 2022.
When I change the highlight level of a java class, even if I set "none" the warnings stay in the current editor (Error stripe mark AND Effects).
I have to relaunch the project to remove the warnings.
An example with a highlight disabled:
Like you can see in the screenshot above, the error stripes stay.
I have the same issue if I set a low level as "Syntax".
After the relaunch of the project I have the expected result:
In the older versions of IntelliJ, I tried today with the 2019.3 version, I don't have this behaviour. The highlight level is applied directly without relaunch the project.
Is it a bug or is there a workaround to refresh the analysis ?
Could you please check the issue with the latest IDE build? It seems to be working fine on my side.
When I do Help | Check for update I have a popup with the following message:
"You already have the latest version of IntelliJ IDEA and plugins installed."
My version is: IDEA 2022.2.3 (Ultimate Edition) Build #IU-222.4345.14, built on October 5, 2022.
Is there another way to update my IDE ?
And my licence seems to be good, always display in the "About":
Licensed to Laurent Perez
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Subscription is active until November 16, 2023.
Ok I get it, my IDE configuration didn't check the IDE updates, I update it and I let you know after.
It works with the new version :
IntelliJ IDEA 2022.3.3 (Ultimate Edition)
Build #IU-223.8836.41, built on March 10, 2023
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