Unreal Engine Giving Errors When The Solution Compiles Fine

I'm using Unreal Engine with ReSharper, but for some reason it's showing red squiggles all the time, even though I can run it just fine.Like it said in the documentation, I disabled Intellisense squiggles.

What can I do to make this go away? I already asked this on stack overflow. Unfortunately, because of these errors the auto completion isn't working either, so I can't just ignore and I'll have to uninstall ReSharper if this problem continues.

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Looks like you've found your answer :) Please ask ReSharper questions in our forums in future, we don't closely monitor SO boards.

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Ok thanks, will do in the future! To anyone looking at this later, the answer was to go to the unreal editor and click File | Refresh Visual Studio Project.

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Hello,

I am having this issue, and the above solution did not work. This is a relatively recent development, I'm on 2020.1.3 201.0.20200515, running VS 2019 community 16.6.2

As above, Resharper appears utterly confused by UE4, throwing errors everywhere and recognizing none of the classes or structures. However, the project compiles and runs just fine. 

This started to occur yesterday, and continues today after a fresh install. Of note is that resharper stalls VS for about 20 seconds on load, and at other times for 10-12 seconds. This is markedly different behavior from what I'm used to, as I've been using R# and VS2019 with this project for months with no problem.

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Have you updated to UE 4.25 perhaps? If possible, please first try to capture a hang during normal work on a timeline trace (https://resharper-support.jetbrains.com/hc/en-us/articles/210652849-Collect-Timeline-performance-snapshot-in-Visual-Studio).

For red code, please try installing and using an EAP build from https://www.jetbrains.com/resharper/nextversion/#section=windows. EAP 2 should be available later today.

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Igor Akhmetov Do Early Access builds work fine? Also, how can I make it replace my existing installation when I install it

 

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Bily Yes, they should be more or less stable. The installer will replace your existing installation by default.

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