InspectCode ignores team settings

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It looks like a recent InspectCode release on NuGet is causing team-shared rules to be ignored. For example I have in my team-shared *.sln.DotSettings file the rule "Resource is not overridden in a different culture" set to "Do not show", but I get the warning "Resource is not overridden in German" when running InspectCode.

 

JetBrains.ReSharper.CommandLineTools.2016.1.20160504.105828 -> this version seems fine

JetBrains.ReSharper.CommandLineTools.2016.2.20160818.172304 -> this version looks broken

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Hello Alan,

As for localization warning in CTL 2016.2: Inspection ID has been changed from "NotOverridenInSpecificCulture" to "NotOverriddenInSpecificCulture", so now the correct string for .DotSettings file is 

<s:String x:Key="/Default/CodeInspection/Highlighting/InspectionSeverities/=NotOverriddenInSpecificCulture/@EntryIndexedValue">DO_NOT_SHOW</s:String>

By the way, R# 2016.2 shows such warning as well even if you had the inspection disabled in previous R# version. 

 

As for Typescript: please could you provide more details about the issue?  

Thanks! 

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There are other regressions that just appeared with this 2016.2 package like "Could not find file" in a typescript file which was working correctly in 2016.1

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