It doesn't matter if you flip Contact and Target back and forth between the solid and the sheet body. The rule remains. The red and the blue faces must point toward each other for the contact to be seen as closed or near open if the pinball radius is large enough.
If you flip the TOP and BOTTOM side on the sheet body, one choice will point a red or blue face to the solid body face and that contact will work, while the opposite will be Far Open. You can tell just by looking at the red and blue faces when it is going to work and when it will not.
When you have frictional contact and one or both sides are sheet bodies, the red and the blue faces must point toward each other for the contact to be seen as closed or near open.
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