Disable #include completion

By default, Visual Assist opens a completion list when you type #include. If you wish to disable the functionality, change the value of IncludeDirectiveCompletionLists:

HKCU\Software\Whole Tomato\Visual Assist X\<IDE spec>\IncludeDirectiveCompletionLists = 00

Set the value to 01 to restore default behavior.

If you wish to disable also the #include completion of default IntelliSense, you must also adjust the respective setting in the options dialog of the IDE.