Selectively ignore expression errors
When I write an expression, I want to know if it has an issue. Thankfully expression error warnings exist. However, there are several expressions that due to several reasons still work, even if they create an expression error. I want to silence these expression errors. However doing so silences ALL expression errors, which is NOT the behavior I want. It would be great if you could click on the yellow triangle expression error warning next to a property and select -> silence this expression warning. Then it would change to a mute signal. That way I can continue getting expression errors for new expressions I write, but not for working expressions that generate errors.