Glad you asked this question, as I've not used the switch objects since they got improved to have the option to show the box in 2D and/or the plate in 3D vs using a 3rd party object.
There is a trick and a bug with moving the switch $$ symbol.
There is an editable hotspot (diamond shaped - magenta color in default WE) that lets you re-position the $$ - however the trick (and IMHO also bug) is that this hotspot is only visible if you show the box and wall plate in 2D by checking this box:
You'll then see an editable (diamond) hotspot at the wall side of the $$ symbols - in the middle in the case of 2 switches as seen here:
Here is the result after I dragged one set of $$ to the left and another to the right for a pair of stacked switches... I don't know the graphic standard for stacks, but if they should be in the same X position and different Y locations, that's possible too.
Now... here's the bug: if you do not want to see the box and plate in 2D, the new position of the symbols reverts to the default if you turn that off (uncheck the box shown in first screenshot). Yet, the new position is still saved with the object, since if you re-check the box to display the switch box and plate again, the symbols move back to where you had dragged them.
So... for now, unless someone jumps in to offer a fix to this object, the only way to get what you want is if you're willing to see the box and plate in 2D. (Can't even fake-hide it by changing the box/plate linetype as the object uses the same linetype for the symbol.)
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