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Ok, so when i am doing my thing, modeling a gun, all the sudden, I cant move my part by the arrows! when i move my object by pressing G or clicking it, the 3D View Camera follows it to! I dont know why all the sudden this occured to me. I might of pressed something on accident.

I dont want this to happen. I tried Reseting the settings, but it looks like its just my project. I am new to blender and I know some advanced things, but i dont know how to fix this. Is this a bug? Can this be fixed? It is very annoying.

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closed as unclear what you're asking by Duarte Farrajota Ramos, batFINGER, David Mar 2 '18 at 14:42

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    $\begingroup$ "when i am doing my thing", "cant move my part by the arrows" can you include at least some information about what are you actually doing and what isn't as expected? Screenshots, description for them.. The only guess I have is that if you move path to which camera is parented camera will move as well (so the view from it). Your question is not clear $\endgroup$ – Mr Zak Mar 1 '18 at 12:20
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Check if you have Lock To Object enabled. In that case, the Blender Camera will always keep a certain object - which is chosen in the list - centered in the Viewport. Lock To Object is enabled if there's an object selected in the field, see screenshot below where it says "Cube". Click the little X next to the object name on the right to disable the locking:

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I found out how to fix this. This is probably a glitch but i grouped the object that the camera follow and ungrouped it. It fixed my problem

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