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Sharing Holograms Placement Issues

Sometimes when multiple hololens join a session the position of the main shared hologram is off by a few feet.

What determines where the hologram gets placed. Is it the position that gets broadcast through custom messages? Or do the anchors determine the placement?

How do you update the position when their off?

I've tried doing a reset target that turns spatial mapping on and then I replace the hologram and send out custom message for the position? That isnt fixing it though.

What causes the offset? How can i get it closer.

HologramPlacement.cs

  public void OnSelect()
    {
        // Note that we have a transform.
        GotTransform = true;

        GestureManager.Instance.OverrideFocusedObject = null;

        // And send it to our friends.
        CustomMessages.Instance.SendStageTransform(transform.localPosition, transform.localRotation);

    }
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