If garuda-update says that a package on my system is newer than the one in the repository should i downgrade it?

just asking generally if i should do this. i don’t have any problems to resolve

:: Starting full system upgrade...
warning: garuda-settings-manager: local (1.0.2-5) is newer than garuda (1.0.2-3)
warning: garuda-settings-manager-kcm: local (1.0.2-5) is newer than garuda (1.0.2-3)
warning: kde-servicemenus-pdf-encrypt-decrypt: local (1-1.4) is newer than chaotic-aur (1-1)
warning: libratbag: ignoring package upgrade (0.16-2 => 0.17-1)
warning: performance-tweaks: local (2.1.2-3) is newer than garuda (2.1.2-1)
resolving dependencies...
looking for conflicting packages...

dont worry about libratbag i did that manually

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