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    Lightbulb Light Switches with positive and negative offset

    Hi,

    I have a light switch family that I need to be able to left and right along wall. My current family allows me to only move it to the right in a positive x-direction.

    How to I get it to move to the left in a negative x-direction? I have attached the Revit family and any help is immensely appreciated.
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    Take a look at this thread:
    https://www.revitforum.org/architect...l-offsets.html
    It's basically the same issue as yours

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    Thank you, I will take a look it.

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