(I thought I used to know a way to do this involving Alt-Right-click or Control-Right-Click... but it's very elusive.)

I've placed 4 tanks around the big one in 4-way symmetry. Now I want two solar panels on two of those tanks in 2-way symmetry. And then I'll put e.g. 2 fuel cells, in 2-way symmetry on the other two tanks.

I've resorted to 1-way symmetry to place each solar panel separately but then the symmetry isn't perfect.

This is just an example. I'm looking for a general technique.

I'm pretty sure this is possible in stock. (I'm not too interested in mods for this.) Anybody know the trick?

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(I thought I used to know a way to do this involving Alt-Right-click or Control-Right-Click... but it's very elusive.)

I've placed 4 tanks around the big one in 4-way symmetry. Now I want two solar panels on two of those tanks in 2-way symmetry. And then I'll put e.g. 2 fuel cells, in 2-way symmetry on the other two tanks.

I've resorted to 1-way symmetry to place each solar panel separately but then the symmetry isn't perfect.

This is just an example. I'm looking for a general technique.

I'm pretty sure this is possible in stock. (I'm not too interested in mods for this.) Anybody know the trick?

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