Using JetBrains to run Bewl

I have tried to use JetBrains to run Bewl

I installed JetBrains as shown on this page.

I then tried running JetBrains as follow:

mjb@localhost:~> cd idea-IC-222.3345.118/bin
mjb@localhost:~/idea-IC-222.3345.118/bin> ./
Info  | RdCoroutineScope          | 1:main          | RdCoroutineHost overridden 
2022-07-30 10:49:37,923 [   2506]   WARN - #c.i.n.i.NotificationGroupManagerImpl - Notification
                     group CodeWithMe is already registered (group=com.intellij.notification....
2022-07-30 10:49:42,722 [   7305]   WARN - #c.i.o.a.i.ActionUpdater - 469 ms to grab EDT for 
                   BackAction#update@MainToolbar (com.intellij.ide.actions.BackAction) ...
2022-07-30 10:49:48,471 [  13054]   WARN - #c.i.o.a.i.ActionUpdater - 203 ms to grab EDT for
                   ToggleUseSoftWrapsInPreviewAction#update@ContextToolbar (com.intellij.ope...
I then created a new project:
Here is the empty project.
I then clicked on: new -> project from existing sources
This brought up a dialog window and I selected sbt
In the second dialog box I selected openjdk-18

The Bewl files are now in Intellij IDEA:

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But there are lots of of errors (try expanding out the following screenshot)

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