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[Urgent] Entire model disappeared. How do I fix this?

edited January 2021 in Help
I was working on my eyes and thought, "hey, it would be cool to see them move right now!" and went into the Animation panel to figure it out. I pressed the record button wondering what that did and it generated keyframes, but I didn't want to keep that one, so I deleted that line. Upon deleting the line, all of my visuals has disappeared, but they still exist. How do I make it re-appear so I can continue to work on my practice rig?

Currently, it looks like this now... But it does show that all my visual assets still exist.


  • @ConfusedCarrot

    Thank you for your interest in our products.
    We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

    In some cases, when switching workspaces, certain steps can cause problems with the display of the modeling canvas.
    You must have saved the model file just before the canvas display problem occurred, so please reopen the saved model file and use it.

    Best regards.
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