How to handle // ReSharper disable once XXXX

What is the correct way to handle the following being used to supress one of my custom highlightings?  // ReSharper disable once ClassShouldBePublic  I found the following code but it is more based on the 'global settings' and not a specific disable  https://github.com/StyleCop/StyleCop/blob/master/Project/Src/AddIns/ReSharper/Violations/StyleCopHighlightingFactory.cs

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Yeah, don't look at the way StyleCop does things, it's a little idiosyncratic, and not really how it should be done. It's all about calling the right extension method (slightly annoying, it could be a little more discoverable/work by default). Check out this forum post for more details: https://devnet.jetbrains.com/message/5514300#5514300

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Exactly what I needed...thanks.

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