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I am trying to download/export a few objects, and nothing happens after I click Export as an STL. Am I doing something wrong?
<p>Most likely your browser is blocking the downloading of multiple files. Please check your browser settings.</p>
Where can I go for more information and updates?
<p>Check our <a href="https://www.selfcad.com/blog" target="_">blog</a> regularly for more information and updates.</p>
How do I select/unselect an object?
<p>To select/unselect an object, click on it with your left mouse button. To select all objects simultaneously, click &lsquo;Edit&rsquo; and choose &#39;Select All&#39;. To select multiple things, either click on them one by one or right-click and drag(only works if you are using Firefox or Chrome).To unselect all objects, click anywhere but the objects on your workspace Check out our <a href="https://www.selfcad.com/blog/6R5CET97E--selfcad-tip_-scaling-3d-objects-in-selfcad"><span style="color:#0000FF">blog post</span></a> to learn more on selecting and scaling objects in SelfCAD.&nbsp;</p> <div>&nbsp;</div>
Can SelfCAD be used without an internet connection?
<p>You will need an internet connection to load the application in the browser. Once SelfCAD has fully loaded, however, an internet connection is only needed to save files to the server, if that&rsquo;s how you wish to save your files. You can continue to use the SelfCAD software while offline. Alternatively, you can save files to your computer, but you will still need an internet connection to initially load the software.</p>
How do I zoom? How do I move the camera?
<p>To zoom in and out: Switch to camera zoom mode (located in the camera function&rsquo;s top panel). You can then use your mouse&rsquo;s scroll toggle, use your laptop&rsquo;s trackpad (move two fingers up and down), or the + and - keys on your keyboard to zoom in and out. To move/pan camera: Switch to camera pan mode (located in the camera function&rsquo;s top panel). You can then press down scroll on your mouse and move the mouse (if available) or simply use the top/bottom/left/right keys on your keyboard to pan. See this <a href="https://bit.ly/2pNGLAb"><span style="color:#0000CD">video tutorial</span></a> to learn m</p>

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