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What I am trying to do is, in edit mode, while I am left clicking a vertex in edit mode, make a circle appear when I scroll up and down that affects other vetices around it when I transform (move, rotate etc). Moments ago the circle did appear when I scrolled up, but now it is gone. How do I enable this circle?

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    $\begingroup$ you must be talking about the Proportional Editing option (blue sphere icon on the header menu) $\endgroup$ – moonboots Oct 26 at 14:19
  • $\begingroup$ hahahaha thanks a lot again! $\endgroup$ – CONQUERER HOON Oct 26 at 14:22
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What you described in your question is called proportional editing. to enable/disable this, in edit mode, there is an icon that looks like this:

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it is located towards the upper right corner. When you click it, you can scroll your mouse up or down to make the area you want to edit bigger or smaller. When you enable proportional editing and move a vertex, the circle you described in your question should appear. If it doesn't, try scrolling your mouse wheel down until you can see it. Hope this was helpful!

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  • $\begingroup$ Much appreciated! thank you:D $\endgroup$ – CONQUERER HOON Oct 26 at 14:26
  • $\begingroup$ no problem! : ) $\endgroup$ – ETHAN DAY Oct 26 at 14:27

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