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In Blender 2.79b, you can move around in the camera view by pressing Shift+F. When I tried it in Blender 2.8, it doesn't seem to do anything. Does anyone know how to do this in Blender 2.8?

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You can link the camera to the viewport and then rotate/pan/zoom as you are used to from the viewport - very handy! Just

  • press N tp show right menu
  • view tab
  • view accordeon
  • view lock accordeon
  • check "lock camera to view"

All credits to this guy on YouTube...

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Fly and walk navigation have no default shortcut. In the view menu select fly or walk.

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To navigate:

Move the mouse left/right to pan the view left/right or move it up/down to tilt the view up/down.

Move the camera forward/backward W, S.

left/right A, D. Jump V – only in gravity mode.

Move up and down Q, E – only in free mode.

Alternate between free and gravity modes ↹ Tab or G.

Change the movement speed: - WheelUp or NumpadPlus to increase the movement speed for this open session. - WheelDown or NumpadMinus to decrease the movement speed for this open session. -

⇧ Shift (hold) – to speed up the movement temporarily. - ⎇ Alt (hold) – to slow down the movement temporarily.

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Contrary to the "has no default keybind" assumption,

For non german keyboard layouts the shortcut should be shift `` where ` is a grave accent

and shift ^ for german keyboard.

If it doesn't work please check that you are using a recent version of blender.

As per https://developer.blender.org/T55194.

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Go to the view tab then go to navigation then right click under walk navigation then press change short cut and press SHIFT+F and make sure it works. you should be able to move around like you could in blender 2.7

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    – Nxdhin2005
    Aug 18 '20 at 3:21
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I used to use flight mode a lot and Blender changed the shortcut.

For 2.8+ the new shortcut for Fly Mode is Shift + "

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