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Ok so In blender, I'm making a city, but in the 3d view, it disappears when going to a certain distance: Falls off after a certain point I'm not using a camera or anything, this is user perspective Help?

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The farthest distance the viewport can see is called the far clipping pane, there is also a near clipping pane that clips anything closer than a specified distance. On the strip on the right of the 3d view (if it is not there you can hit the + at the top right corner of the view) you can adjust the far clipping pane spinner. The clipping panes of the camera (if you will be needing to do some zoomed out renders) are under the camera panel in the properties view when the camera is selected.

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Try increasing the clipping end distance in 3D view > properties region (N) > View > Clip:

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    $\begingroup$ Sorry gandalf3, I didn't copy your answer, I hit the post button on mine just as your answer popped up! $\endgroup$ – PGmath Oct 9 '14 at 1:00
  • $\begingroup$ @PGmath lol, happens all the time.. no worries. :) On the plus side, now there are two answers (and two is always better than one?) On the other hand, I think I just found a duplicate question anyway.. $\endgroup$ – gandalf3 Oct 9 '14 at 1:01

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