I'm working on details in a location on a scene that is not close to the origin. Right now, my options for adding a new object in the current area are:
- Add the object, zoom and pan until the origin is in view, then move the object to where I'm working.
- Remember the rough coordinates I'm working at. Add the object, go into the creation details pane, and set the position to those coordinates. Pan and zoom some in order to find that object because it might not be in view even so.
Is there a way to add objects where I'm working directly?
I'm aware that I can set the 3d cursor to where I'm working, which will at least mean the created objects are nearby, but 99% of the time I'm looking directly at the place I want the object added, and this would save a lot of time.