I'm not sure if I understand the query correctly, however, you can click on the brush pin to select it and the move it by dragging the mouse.
Thank you, but that moves the entire brush. I just want to move the pin (button) itself without moving the mask.
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The pin signifies the edit that you've made using the brush, so if you move the pin the brush area will also move with it.
Then how would I get to a pin if Lightroom decides to stick that pin under another pin? This happens all the time, especially if I duplicate a brush.
The only way currently I'm aware is to temporarily move top pin, edit bottom pin, move top pin back. Yes, unwieldy.