Returns the layout slot, or bounding box, that contains the specified element.
Assembly: System.Windows (in System.Windows.dll)
The layout slot is the bounding box that defines the area that an element may occupy. If the element is smaller than the layout slot, it is positioned inside based on its alignment properties. If the element is larger than the layout slot, it is clipped. You can retrieve the visible area of that clipping by calling GetLayoutClip.
The following image shows the dimensions of a parent panel, its child element, and the layout slot that contains the child.
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