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Cabinet Filler on Wrong Side

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I'm placed a cabinet in a closet and the filler is now between the cabinet and the one adjacent.  I want the filler to be on the other side of the new cabinet so the cabinets are all of equal space between them.  When I move the cabinet closer to the adjacent cabinet, it shortens the adjacent cabinet by 1" (the size of the filler)/  I have no idea what I'm doing wrong.  Any suggestions?!!!  TIA

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It would be helpful to have the plan file to work with. Close Chief before attaching.

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18 hours ago, solver said:

 

It would be helpful to have the plan file to work with. Close Chief before attaching.

 

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Without the plan, it looks like the cabinets are overlapping and that isn't a filler, it's the overlap amount. Auto fillers don't move cabinets, they simply disappear. You have something else going on in there.

 

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Hi Joey,

 

Thanks for your help.  I fiddled around with it a little more and I was able to fix it.  I wish I was more adept at using Chief, but I have a long way to go!  So...I really appreciate the help from you and others.  Great group!  Thanks again!

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