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Programmatically Position Holographic UWP XML Window
I’ve developed a C#/XAML UWP app used to display multiple 2D windows (videos/pdfs/interactive XAML windows with buttons) and everything is working great. However, one of the features I want to implement is the capability to arrange the holographic windows in a line, or some other preset configuration.
It seems that the XAML windows have no awareness of the Holographic shell in which they are contained. The user can drag and pin, but I am stuck on finding a way to set the window’s location programmatically. How can I grab and manipulate the 3D positional data from the parent holographic frame?