The example finds filenames with "player" and "swim", without "multi", and opens the selected file at line 1024.
To become a power user, explore the context menu in this and every dialog of Visual Assist.
Alt+G opens a menu when multiple targets are available.
Instead of chasing an implementation with successive presses of Alt+G, use Shift+Alt+G to jump into a hierarchy.
From any reference to a class, jump directly to a base or derived class.
In C/C++, Alt+O typically opens a corresponding header or source file. Alt+O opens a menu when more than one destination is possible.
Follow Alt+O with Alt+Left-Arrow to return to your original destination.
Clone results windows, via icon or context menu, so you can run additional finds without overwriting your initial results.
Adjust spacing and format of the VA Snippets used by the refactoring and code-generation commands in the menu, e.g. Create from Usage and Implement Virtual Methods.
Open the snippet editor via VAssistX | Tools | Edit VA Snippets, then set type to Refactoring.
Disable the floating buttons that open the same menu as Shift+Alt+Q.
Adjust content of the list via the context menu for the tiny down-arrow.
Rename the definition and declaration of a symbol, all references to it, and optionally, occurrences in comments and strings. A preview of all targets to be renamed is always shown so you are confident the rename does what you expect.
VA Hashtags are effectively bookmarks and tasks that move with your code. Create new hashtags or prepend # to existing keywords, e.g. #John and #TODO. After you navigate using simple VA Hashtags, learn about their advanced functionality.