Stop default Autocomplete behavior when hitting spacebar in Visual Studio 2015

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NOTE The keyword here is "default". I know I can hit escape and the default behavior gets aborted. I don't want to hit the escape key every time the IDE thinks it knows what I want. I didn't have to do this in 2013.

ADDENDUM 2 It seems I'm still having difficulty communicating what I'm after here. What I want to happen is nothing when I press the space bar... I just want a space character to show up on my screen. The only time I want the IDE to actually insert a suggestion is when I hit the tab bar. I hope that's clearer?

This is driving me nuts. 2013 and before allowed you to set completion characters (maybe that was resharper?) but in 2015 I see no way to stop the default behavior of autocomplete.

For example, say I have a class Foo, but I don't have the namespace specified already, yet I have a class FooBar in one of the specified namespaces, if I type:

public void DoSomething(Foo// <-- then a space)

...it automatically puts FooBar. How the heck do I turn off this behavior?

I should mention that I still want AutoComplete, just on tab though.

Edit -> Intellisense -> Toggle Completion Mode

From : https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hcw1s69b.aspx

"You can also change to suggestion mode, in which only the text you type is inserted into the code. For example, if you enter an identifier that is not in the list and press TAB, in completion mode the entry would replace the typed identifier. To toggle between completion mode and suggestion mode, press CTRL+ALT+SPACEBAR or click Edit/IntelliSense/Toggle Completion Mode."

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For all who have the same problem in Visual Studio Code, add this line to the User Settings:

"editor.acceptSuggestionOnCommitCharacter": false

Do not autocomplete on space bar, In Visual Studio 2013, in Options, Text Editor, JavaScript, IntelliSense, there is a checkbox labeled "Only use tab or enter to Having to hit Enter after every single word is not productive at all. @CyrusNajmabadi I am not seeing the autocompletion behavior. danquirk mentioned this issue on Jan 9, 2015. I am experiencing the same issue. Intellisense for razor views appears to be broken in VS 2015 Update 3. The auto-complete is buggy. It doesn't complete the namespace or class names when you hit "tab", and then suddenly it will autocomplete with only part of the words and messes up the structure of the dot notation. – Xipooo Jul 7 '16 at 17:38

change the setting for Editor: Accept Suggestion On Enter to off

https://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/vstudio/e, By default, ReSharper replaces native Visual Studio's IntelliSense with its own when you press the default Visual Studio IntelliSense shortcut Ctrl+Space . You can disable this behavior by clearing Loop selection around ends of a list on​  However, if I type size_t and hit space, it will be automatically converted to Int64 (or Int32 if X86 is defined). Obviously that's undesirable. I went into ReSharper options and went to Environment \ Intellisence \ Completion behavior and disabled all the checkboxes under "Automatically complete single item with:".

I just did this in Visual Studio by going to:

File > Preferences > Settings > toggle "Suggest on Trigger Characters"

I also toggled off "Auto Suggestion on Commit Character" and "Accept Suggestion on Enter" - however you may want those settings.

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If you use Vs2017 and the setting resets everytime you launch Vs, i created a small script that automatically disables space completion at launch using Visual Commander Extension:

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Comments
  • Press Ctrl+Dot before pressing Space.
  • Does that change the default behavior?
  • possible duplicate of How to cancel autocomplete in Visual Studio 2015 by pressing "Space"?
  • No, I don't want to cancel it, I want to change the default behavior. Cancelling it is easy, just annoying.
  • Trying to come with preventive keystrokes isn't exactly useful. Just type Ctrl+Z. File your grievances at the github issues page.
  • Thanks so much, this is the most annoying default behaviour I've encountered in ages.
  • I can't upvote this enough. I literally searched for hours in the options and on the web, for this exact setting that is just not where I was looking.
  • Unfortunately, "Toggle Completion Mode" is greyed out for me.