How do I enable FishEye only on Jira projects that use it?

We have a FishEye instance that is only used for one project (to access an SVN server) and has a limited set of users. For many other projects, we use Stash. These non-FishEye projects show various FishEye errors on the Source tab that are not relevant on the Stash-hosted projects.

How do I make those errors go away, or at least hide them? I don't want to disable Developer Tools completely because I need Stash support, but I don't see a way to limit when FishEye shows up.

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On the project level adminstration page, at the bottom you will see a section for repository and application links. For your Fisheye dependancy, assign an application link to your fisheye instance and on the other ones assign a specific stash link.

I have done this, but there are still references to Fisheye in various places in the project even though I've not established a Fisheye link to this project. The Stash references work, but there are additional Fisheye references that show empty lists.

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