Just a small suggestion that would make life a bit easier for some workflows. I have been cutting a number of large parts out of flat 2mm stock lately and the arrow for indicating which side of a sketch you are cutting during a 2D outline operation is getting very annoying. The geometry I'm cutting are all sketch outlines and the stock is about a 900mm square. When selecting the operation geometry it is hard to tell which side of the line the arrow is indicating when zoomed out to see the whole stock (first picture). So when selecting each outline you have to zoom in (second picture) on each part to make sure you are cutting the correct side of the line. I suggest using a different arrow style to make this more readable at different zoom levels (third picture). I apologize for my MS paint graphic skills but I think it describes the style of arrow that would solve this issue.
Zoomed Out - hard to read
Zoomed In - easier to read
Suggested Arrow - easy to read at all zoom levels
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