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I have a selection in WorldEdit (Bukkit Plugin) that I would like to rotate horizontally (i.e. not around in circles). I can use //rotate x to specify the angle to rotate, and using //rotate 180 would produce the effect as shown below, but I'd like to get the end result, to rotate it around a different axis (probably the y or x instead of z).

Is this possible within WorldEdit?

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At the moment, Rotate command only rotates around Y axis(Or as you said, Z, depending where you draw them).

However, in here: http://redmine.sk89q.com/issues/633

It is suggested to use either

//deform rotate(axis1, axis2, degrees)

or

  1. Select a cube containing your blocks. (height, width, depth on //size should be the same)
  2. //deform swap(x,y)

Sources:

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The "select a cube containing your blocks" was key here, because I tried with my original selection (something like 7x7x1) and it mangled it badly, but once I selected a cube it worked perfectly. –  tombull89 Feb 20 '13 at 11:01
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Yes this is possible:

//deform rotate(axis1, axis2, degrees)

So in your case, I think you want

//deform rotate(x,x,90)

I haven't got it installed at the moment, so unable to quickly check.

Another suggestion is //deform swap(x,y)

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