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Why is "packages element is not declared"?

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Dos the error in the attached images simply mean the IntelliSense in Visual Studio has not had the word "packages" added?

Packages not declared
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It is just a warning because it can not find the associated xsd file. You can safely ignore this warning.
P.S. You will see it only when the file is open. When you'll close the file in Visual Studio the warnings goes away.
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