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Remote Desktop App

I am using Microsoft Remote Desktop App but am not sure how to keep it in my frame of view when turning my head. I have read how to implement tag along in an app that I was to build, but is there a way to implement this functionality in Microsoft Remote Desktop App. If not, can anyone recommend a similar app that allows tag along or head locking?

Answers

  • A quick search got me this.

    The 2D UWP window placement logic is handled by the Shell and to the best of my knowledge there have not been any API's exposed to us yet to support scenarios like TagAlong or to control the 2D UWP window position programmatically.

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