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Stop the disassembly window?

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Is there a way to perm disable the disassembly window? Every time I run to cursor it opens, so instead of say, reading values, which would be useful, I get mov. I read online that hitting shift + F11 Will switch between that and source, but when I do it just says source code cannot be displayed. Is there a way to make it so I never see that damn window again? Matt

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Right-click and uncheck "Show Disassembly," or use the keystroke you mentioned. However, since the compiler appears to be unable to map machine code to source lines ("no source code available" error message) because you don't have a .pdb or you don't have debug symbol generation set up correctly, this will not gain you anything. You will simply be unable to step at all.

(In fact it's possible that if you disable the disassembly view, but lack debug information, the IDE will helpfully turn it back on if you try and single-step.)

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