In general I want to cut the outside cuts last as the piece is free to move about then and you don’t generally want that.
I have tried all sorts of tricks to reverse the paths and some places the paths are reversed but the “outside in” cut order remains. Of late I have seen many places where part of the design cuts through nicely but large sections are not cut through. It took a while to eliminate all the other possibilities holding the piece down with pins so there is no initial warp. Using clean pieces of wood with no detectable variation in grain and ramping up the amount of cut to a high degree so I know there is power enough to do the job and then some.
However as soon as the outside cut is through all the pins are useless as they are not holding the work. Worse the act of cutting itself warps the wood and if cut through the piece jumps around as the cut is made relaxing only later, so if you are not watching in that moment you have no idea that part was 1 to 3 mm above the outside still being held by the pins. I don’t have a sticky backed surface and there is rarely a place big enough to put a magnet and the back is usually cut as well so there is no way to hold the piece in place cutting from the outside in.
I frequently put the border in a separate layer to be cut last but my last piece I would have needed 30 such layers to get the cuts in the best order! And the result was too delicate for major surgery.
I would think a button to reverse the cut order would not be such a difficult thing.