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Seriously, it randomly appears on certain files but I have no idea how I made it happen and can't find the answer anywhere online. I really like using it to explore my scenes and would be really appreciate it if I could find out how to bring it up. Because it's not an option to add as a workspace for some reason, and it's driving me crazy. Please help.

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  • $\begingroup$ Not sure if you mean Full Screen Viewport, if so : CTRL + ALT + Spacebar $\endgroup$
    – Emir
    Jun 15, 2020 at 3:34

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To make your viewport size bigger you can try CTRL + Space or CTRL + ALT + Space.

If you want to create a workspace that has a big viewport:

  1. Click the '+' button to the right of the scripting tab(assuming you haven't added or removed workspaces)

Picture of where it is located

  1. In the general section choose 'Layout'

Picture of where it is located

Optional: You can rename the workspace by double-clicking on the 'Layout.001' tab

  1. Start collapsing all the windows except the 3D viewport. This is done by moving your cursor to an intersection of 2 windows so that it changes to a '+' sign, then by dragging towards one of the windows.

Picture of collapsing the outliner

Do this for all the ones you don't want.

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