Currently - you can't. However I wouldn't recommend that as we haven't implemented filters (like string.Format, Console.WriteLine, etc.. ) yet, so using named arguments everywhere might be quite excessive.
If the warnings cause you too much distraction I suggest you disable the analyzer from JustCode Options | Code Analysis | Problems | C# | 'The used literal argument is not named'.
Let me know if you have any questions.
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