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What is the maximum size of an object in the viewport until it can't be seen?

This is because of the view clipping distance. The default values of the clipping distance are set for a reasonable distance for most purposes, but for things that are too big, like mountains, you can ...
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How do I grab the header in an area?

I find the manual's Window System Introduction a helpful means of discovering the names of the various parts of the Blender Window. These part names carry over mostly intact to the Python ...
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Why is my solid and wireframe behave like this?

You have pressed Alt+B. "Clipped" in the title of the viewport indicates this: Press Alt+B again to remove clipping More info about viewport clipping
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how to set keybinds to disable in viewport and render blender 3.0

Disable Visibility of all selected object Alt Left Click the button There are no shortcut on default, you need make a addon to ...
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Strange distortion and low performance using cycles viewport renderer in Blender 3.0 and onwards

Check your Viewport Pixel Size, here.
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How do I grab the header in an area?

Area is the whole editor. The header area is defined in a special header class. There is usually just one for the header area in each editor. And that class is where you place your content of the ...
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How to put a keyframe on render visibility through python on blender

This line will set a keyframe on visibility for an object called "Torus" at keyframe 1: ...
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User Perspective (Clipped). What does the clipped mean?

At some point in your Blender file your probably Hit Alt + B and them selected an area to view. What this does is that it "clips" the area outside fo the perspective projection that you ...
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Is it possible to change the width of edges in edit mode?

You can change the width of the lines in the interface tab of the Blender preferences. This will also increase the thickness of the lines in the interface, but perhaps this will suit your needs.
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