Brannon

I want to display multiple viewports for a single model. However, when I try to assign my top-level ModelVisual3D element to an additional Viewport3D object, I get an error that says "Specified Visual is already a Child". What is the right way to do this Thanks for your time.


Re: Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) Multiple Viewport3D for one ModelVisual3D?

Jordan Parker - MSFT

Like Visuals, Visual3Ds can only have one parent. Fortunately, Model3Ds can be shared. Share the root Model3D across multiple Visual3Ds.