uMake features several ways to select objects. This video walks you through the various methods you can use to select objects from double tapping, to using the lasso tool, to using the triple tap technique.
0:00:00.760,0:00:04.310 uMake actually has a few different ways you can select objects. 0:00:04.310,0:00:08.710 We covered the most basic - double tapping on curves or surfaces to select them. 0:00:08.710,0:00:10.900 But now we will show you some more. 0:00:10.900,0:00:16.109 Let’s start with the Lasso tool, located next to the orbit button. 0:00:16.109,0:00:21.340 Simply tap and hold with one finger, and then sketch a selection around the objects you 0:00:21.340,0:00:23.360 wish to select. 0:00:23.360,0:00:27.730 Any object within the selection curve will be selected. 0:00:27.730,0:00:33.129 You can also use the lasso tool to select multiple control points on a curve you edit. 0:00:33.129,0:00:37.640 Tap and hold on the Lasso tool, and draw a selection around points. 0:00:37.640,0:00:42.940 To deselect simply double tap anywhere on the canvas that is not an object, or draw 0:00:42.940,0:00:47.149 a small circle with the lasso tool in empty space. 0:00:47.149,0:00:52.380 To select multiple curves/ surfaces that are connected or part of the same object, 0:00:52.380,0:00:55.570 you can use the multi-tap method. 0:00:55.570,0:00:58.639 Double tap to select a curve or surface. 0:00:58.639,0:01:02.749 Then triple tap to select surrounding curves or surfaces. 0:01:02.749,0:01:06.460 Triple tapping again will select the whole object. 0:01:06.460,0:01:12.040 This makes it easy to select a small object that is part of a larger design. 0:01:12.040,0:01:16.530 Try out the various ways you can select object to get a feel for how each method works.