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Current situation: Great room is greatly deprived of light in one-half of the room.
Solution: Add two recessed lights to the current figuration.

I'm not sure how exactly to connect the new lights to the existing lights. I have seen where some explain to connect directly to one light and not to both. Or connect directly to the one light switch that is connected to the source.

I'll attach a rough sketch of the current situation.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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