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Well, I was working on an XML document in VS2012, and created a schema for it. VS then gave me the error "Schemas property will be ignored because the document does not declare any matching target namespaces", even though I did not declare a target namespace in the schema file. I did so, and put it in the XML file's 'xmlns' attribute, but VS still showed the error. Closing and reopening the file didn't work, but restarting VS did.
I think that is a bug. (Or is it an unplanned feature?)
Sounds similar to the unfortunate times I have used Eclipse, with it highlighting syntax errors that either simply do not exist, or still showing the highlighting even though the error has been corrected.