You can use the Location.GetCoordinates method to get the location of the mouse when a MouseXButtonUp/MouseXButtonDown event is triggered . The sample code of the MouseLeftButtonDown event handler is below.
sender, MouseButtonEventArgs e)
Point point = e.GetPosition(
Location location = Location.GetCoordinates(
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