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Step to reproduce:
1. Open XS create any application
2. Open any .cs project
3. Select 'Source analysis' option through Preference-> Text Editor ->Source analysis
4. Observe that some text become blur in the .cs file
5. Now uncheck 'Source analysis' option
On unchecking 'Source analysis' option blur text does not get enable.
Note: If we close .cs file and reopen this file again then blur texts become enable.
On uncheck 'Source analysis' option blur texts should get enable.
XS 4.0.11(build 6)
Regression status: We are getting same issue with stable XS 4.0.10-7-1 and Stable XS 4.0.9
This is one of the features of source analysis, redundant code is dimmed out.
Oh, sorry, missed the actual bug.
The issue is that the markers are not removed when analysis is disabled.
Just re-open the file.
I don't think that it's worth implementing a refresh here - this is an experimental feature :)