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What's the easiest way to move an object to the 3D cursor? The easiest way I know of is copying and pasting the coordinates in the right menu of the viewport. Is there an easier way to do it?

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Select the object and then bring up the Snap-To menu with Shift+S and then choose “Selection to cursor”.


As mentioned by @JoanCharmant, Blender version 2.8+ allows you to right-click in the viewport to get a context menu that provides an easy way to get to the 'Snap' options instead of requiring the use of a keyboard shortcut. This option wasn't present at the time this answer was originally written.

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  • $\begingroup$ Also in the main right-click context menu > Snap > Selection to cursor. For those that don't want to remember yet another keyboard shortcut. $\endgroup$ – Joan Charmant May 1 at 9:44
  • $\begingroup$ Good point @JoanCharmant - although when the answer was written, this was Blender versions prior to 2.79 and it was 'rightclick-select' rather than a context menu. It's very strange going back to the other user interface - I very much prefer the 2.8+ version now. $\endgroup$ – Rich Sedman May 1 at 14:08

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