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I'm familiar with the Shift+H keystroke to hide everything except selected objects. When I reveal everything again with Alt+H, everything is selected, which is often troublesome, especially if I just want to quickly check how my object editing is reacting with other objects.

Is there any way to reveal all the hidden objects without also selecting them?

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Yep.To hide and view anything on view port,you could just toggle the small eye like icon on the outliner. This is especially helpful when there are a lot of objects on the scene.enter image description here see I have plane as well but I've toggled it off,so you cant see.You can toggle any number of items on or off to hide or view.Hope this was helpful

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  • $\begingroup$ This doesn't actually work in 2.80 -- Shift-H hides everything except the selected object, but when you look at the outliner there is no single spot on the tree where a click will unhide the other objects. $\endgroup$ – Stabledog Sep 26 '19 at 11:27

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