When in plan we can align the desk but find in a 3D view that it now overlaps another or something else, like a wall for example.
When we make content it helps the end user a lot if such inconsistencies don't exist. Here's a video that shows what I'm writing about too.
I personally wish Autodesk would hire someone to make at least consistent, well made content if they are going to provide any. I have been steering staff away from the same junk families for too many years
It's the perfect bad example of a family to open when you are teaching family best practices... One of the first things I always have students do is fix the top! lol... Then we move the insertion point to a more logical and predictable location - the center of the front edge of the opening so if the desk type is swapped, it stays relative to a chair.
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