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When adding a Height or Width constraint you can easily add a duplicate constraint. Duplicate layout constraints are pointless and no supported. The designer in VS 2013 should not add a duplicate
There are two examples of where this support is required:
* You can add one width constraint per sizeclass, in this scenario only one would actually be active at runtime.
* You can add multiple width constraints in the same sizeclass, but one could be a >= constraint and one could be a <= constraint. In this scenario you'd have multiple width constraints active at the same time.