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Thanks morph9266 & RNavega. Got it working. Cheers MR H
RNavega said over 5 years ago:By installing and assigning a hotkey to this script like in the description you get this: When you press the hotkey for it, you go into "focus on mouse picking mode", with a crosshair. You click where you want to place the 'centre of interest' of the camera, the camera aims there. Then you can press Q to get out of this picking mode and hold Alt + Left click to orbit the camera around the point that you picked. It works great, saves a ton of time navigating.
morph9266 said over 5 years ago:Whereas pressing "F" focuses the camera on the currently selected object/vert/face etc, by assigning the script to (in his demo video's case) "h", pressing "h" focuses on whatever the cursor is above (regardless of what is selected!)..
Sorry, by watching your video it is not that clear what the script actually does. I must be missing something. The lack of dialogue doesn't help either. Just watched the video again. Is it that you can cursor around your scene without using the ALT key for Zoom, Pan & Rotate ? Cheers