Weird behavior when placing library(tidyverse) in .Rprofile

Hi there, when placing library(tidyverse)in the .Rprofile file, the functions no longer properly work.
Simple steps such as %>% filter(col != "abc") now throw errors "llist object cannot be coerced to type double".
When I load the tidyverse library manually and not via .Rprofile the same code works just fine. So maybe the error message is misleading.

Does someone have experience with this behavior?

I assume that fully qualifying filter to be dplyr::filter would adress that particular example, and this is generally a case of namespacing masking. Perhaps use library conflicted to address to your satisfaction

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