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Juzwa

Fixing faulty perspective view

Hi, 

Sometimes my perspective view goes haywire. Usually when switiching from camera to perspecitve. Usually in this case I just reopen file and its ok.

But maybe there is a way to reset perspective without relaunching H?

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yeah, quite easily :), see attached image.

Maybe just pressing the letter "o" will work, but hotkeys may differ per version.

reenabling perspective.PNG

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No, changing to ortographic view does not help. Because once perspective is 'bugged' the orto is as well.

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In that case, try closing the "Scene View" tab and create a new one, that usually helps if it keeps rendering objects that it should not render (because of hide settings for instance)

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do you mean haywire in terms of lack of control?  That means the camera pivot is offscreen. Use either space+z,  space+g, space+f to reset the it. Or you can use the RMB with the view tool to see more options.  

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hmm if it is a camera "gimbal lock"-like issue, usually I try to rotate my camera upside down with shift+mousedrag or alt+mousedrag and then upright again with the other (alt or shift) or something else to that effect.

 

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