This was my first year with our 2012 310 Dancer (twin Bravos). My former boat was a 2005 260 with a single Bravo. The older Dancer had 2 rocker switches for the tabs. For “bow down” the indication was to push the switch at the top or “up”. Our 310 has toggle switches with a boat icon and arrows pointing upward and downward at the bow next to the toggle switches. I assumed that to “bow down” I’d push the switch down (as indicated by the arrows) or “bow up” I’d lift the toggle. They seemed to me to work backwards all season. Today, while on the hard I experimented and indeed the toggles work opposite of their arrows. To extend the actuator (tab down or bow down) I lift the toggle. Can I assume that they are working as intended and I simply misinterpreted the labeling (arrows)?