As a follow-up to the previous post on ‘elevation tag not visible’, here are some notes on moving elevation tags.
The elevation tag itself is comprised of square and triangular elements. (square tag shown here)
When you select the triangular element and move it, it does not move the tag but only the elevation cutplane.
When you select the square
and move it, it only moves the tag. It does not move the cutplane as shown below.
To move both the tag and the cutplane, you need to select both the square and the triangular elements.
While moving the cutplane (applies for sections / details / elevations, etc. too), you need to move the cutplane perpendicular to the cutplane.
If you don't do this, any detail element drawn (lines, filled region, etc.) will shift and make your drawing inaccurate like below. The text does not shift.
That makes another case to model as much as possible than using lines to depict stuff in Revit!