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Create a new Xamarin Forms (portable) project in Visual Studio.
Create a simple XAML page in a portable library project as follows...
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?>
Change app.cs to set MainPage = new Views.MainPage() (or whatever you called yours)
Run the UWP version of the app on the desktop (Windows 10).
The MasterDetailPage.Master content is visible; it should not be.
While the behavior here was originally a "bug" as described, we did not intend to allow the use of IsPresented in Split mode on the desktop. There was a PR recently merged in which involves this (https://github.com/xamarin/Xamarin.Forms/pull/707). Please use the Popover mode if you would like to use IsPresented.