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    Is there a way to choose CC or CCW for Auto Cones? {using 2016}

  • #2
    Cones do both on each level added CW, then CCW, then CW, then CCW. I suggest do NO LESS than 3 LEVELS
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    • #3
      Using older version here and the "Direction" (CW or CCW) is only available for Auto circles and Auto Cylinder.
      But you can change the Start/End angle of the Cone from 0, 360 to 0, -360 to change direction.
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