What is the "Qualifier is redundant" warning in C# called in options?

VS 2013 Community.  ReSharper 10.0.1.  Win7SP1.

Because the text used for warnings shown in the editor isn't the same as the text that the warning is called in options, it's always a huge pain hunting down the proper one.

I can't find this one.

It's the one showed when you call a static method on the same class, and prefix the method name with `ClassName.`

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Well, let me take a step back.  Is this warning listed in the options?

If not then I'll file a bug.

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Please try checking ReSharper | Options | Code Editing | C# | Code Style.

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If you hit Alt-Enter to bring up the ReSharper Action menu, the name of the code inspection is listed, and you can use that menu directly to change the severity, without even having to find it in the settings. See attached pictures.



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Yes, you may change Inspection Severity directly, but here ReSharper | Options | Code Editing | C# | Code Style you may change the code style you would like to follow (attached).  



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