check out your program file folder also x86 . and ensure the program was completely wiped , i had issues too in sim software packs , some seem to leave empty folders and drivers behind also com port dramas . hope it helps im more a com dude as in the 3d world im not even started yet
The data folder is located at C:\Users\$USERNAME$\AppData\Local\MatterControl (AppData may be hidden). Its location cannot be changed.
In ...\Local\MatterControl\Library\CloudData, you'll find the local versions of the files uploaded to the Cloud Library. The filenames are nonsensical characters, so sort by 'Date Accessed' to find recently added files, since 'Date Created' is only whenever the original file was created.
At this time, moving files to folders is not supported (*shields head from random objects being thrown at it* -- yes, I know), but it is on the list of future improvements to this system. In the meantime you'll just have to download files, then delete them, and finally re-upload them to the folder you want them in.
This is normal. It is because of the first layer thickness setting. Since your first layer is 0.25 mm thick, the printer moves to 0.25 mm above 0.
If your printer is printing too high for things to stick to the bed, then you should not adjust this setting. Instead, you should either relevel the bed or use the baby stepping controls to adjust the printing height on the fly.
Yes such as Solidwork. On the save as screen when you select the STL format there is an options button. If you designed in millimeters and export is set to inches you will import the model expecting a millimeter file unknowing the software used converted and save as inches. This would make for a very small model.