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I am new in Blender 2.77, when i open it, i always get one view point "User Persp" how can i see at once left, top, right and perspective views? (like in 3d Studio max there is 4 view point in one GUI)

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  • $\begingroup$ but it's not possible to check if the current view is quad view or not. how do you check if it is quad view in python? $\endgroup$ Sep 10, 2023 at 6:47

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Press Ctrl+Alt+Q while your mouse cursor is over the 3D Viewport to Toggle Quad View. Press Ctrl+U to save the current blend file as the default one whenever you start Blender.

The Toggle Quad View function is also accessible from Blender's Python interface with the operator bpy.ops.screen.region_quadview() or from the Display Panel on the Tool Shelf:

Toggle Quad View button on the Tool Shelf

Please note that after pressing Ctrl+U whatever changes you have made (no matter how small) to the current blend file will become startup defaults.

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View > Toggle Quad View is similar to this. Once you have it the way you want it, File > Save Startup File will make it that way every time you start Blender (including scene objects).

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Toggle Quad View with Ctrl+Alt+Q, then save this screen setup as your startup file with Ctrl+U.

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