I needed to take a stock XAML ‘image’ for a search icon from SyncFusion’s Metro Studio and rotate it about 75 degrees but I couldn’t use the rotate transformation code to do it because all of the required data had to be contained in the path description/geometry.
If you need a reference for how to do a normal transformation, try the Transforms Overview on MSDN.
Last year, I needed to set a logo for a new app I was developing using the ModernUI shell (CodePlex/GitHub). The logo is set in as a property of the ModernWindow as LogoData. LogoData is a raw path. So I couldn’t use anything except the XAML defined geometry to describe the logo. Continue reading Rotating a XAML object without using the Rotate Transformation