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Honor the extendedExecutionSession flag in windows.gaming.input.gamepad.vibration

UWP desktop app targeting Windows 17763, requesting and being granted an extendedExecutionSession can target the vibration motors through a windows.gaming.input.gamepad's Vibration interface but once the app gets minimized applying the Vibration property silently fails.
Please honor the extendedExecutionSession context, thanks.

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    Tim Demulder shared this idea  ·   ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

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      • Tim Demulder commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Hi Clint, sorry for the delay in responding to you: turns out I'm not getting notified of any replies here.
        The use case is as follows: our application gets minimized because another application gets the focus (browser/e-mail/IM/...) and the minimized application wants to get the user's attention to switch back to it by vibrating the controller's motors as a heads-up.

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