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  • Confirm - By confirming an issue, you're basically saying "Yep, that's a problem."
  • False Positive - Looking at the issue in context, you realize that for whatever reason, this issue isn't actually an issue, erm... "problem." It's not actually a problem. So you mark it False Positive and move on. It will disappear immediately from drilldwon drilldown and after the next analysis for issues counts.
  • Change Severity - This is the middle ground between the first two options. Yes, it's a problem, but it's not as bad a problem as the rule's default severity makes it out to be. Or perhaps it's actually far worse. Either way, you adjust the severity of the issue to bring it in line with what you feel it deserves. The marker in the drilldown will change to show the new severity immediately, but the change won't be reflected in your issue counts until after the next analysis.

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