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Save Configuration and STL.
You can use HeroSaver in one of two fashions. Either you let it load as soon as you visit HeroForge (You need a browser extension for that), or you load it manually through your browsers console (No extension needed).
You can automatically load HeroSaver when you visit HeroForge by adding a GreaseMonkey/TamperMonkey script. For that you need to install GreaseMonkey or TamperMonkey (Click here or here for Firefox, or here for Chrome, and install the addon).
after a script manager is installed click following link to add the script:
you are done.
Note: There is a version of TamperMonkey for Opera Next, Safari and Edge, but I never tried them. It is very much possible, that the same workflow works for those browsers.
Alternatively you can load the HeroSaver manually everytime you visit HeroForge.
Once HeroSaver is loaded, you have these additional buttons on the top bar:
Some details of the figures are implemented via shaders. These are not exported :( This is also the reason, the exported figures look a bit blocky. If you want hight quality exports, consider purchasing the stl files from heroforge :)