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I think I accidently pressed something, and now I have the origin of the object away from the origin of the world, although, my other objects are working fine, and they "originate" from 0,0,0. I tried to reset the origin (Shift+Ctrl+Alt+C, with all options in it).
I tried to move the object to 3d cursor(which is at 0,0,0, and then Origin to Geometry, Geometry to Origin), but still got those coordinates, where I messed up.
I also tried Alt+G, but it moves the object as well, which is not good in my case.

I also tried, to set the Pivot point to all the options in the list(Active, Median, 3D cursor etc).

And I also tried Alt+, to manipulate the center point, but with no luck.

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Above, you can see the object is at the 3d cursor(I have the padlocks clicked, but I unclicked them eventually) and at world 0,0,0, but the location is at an offset somewhere.

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On this one, you can see, the location is 0,0,0, where it supposed to be.

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Press Shift C to set the 3D cursor in the center, then select the object and choose "set origin to 3D cursor". If still you have some offsets, check your object's "Delta transforms".

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  • $\begingroup$ Thanks a plenty. It was the delta transform! Actually I don't know how did I set them... $\endgroup$ – formatc2013 Sep 5 '18 at 20:07
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ctrl+a in 3d View panel will call the Apply menu:

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By applying transforms you make them 0, but keep the object unchanged.

If you wanted to set the transforms to 0, you can use alt+g for location, alt+r for rotation and alt+s for scale

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  • $\begingroup$ I tried Alt+G before post, but did not work, and applying the location does the same thing. It translates the object to it's origin, but still to the "wrong" one. I want to set that origin to world 0,0,0. $\endgroup$ – formatc2013 Sep 4 '18 at 10:57

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