Thank you for getting back to us. Now we understood your scenario better. However, when working with the WebBrowser
control you need to consider the “Airspace” issue. Please take a look at this msdn article
describing in more details the WebBrowser
control and the "Airspace" issue.
In order to workaround that issue, you can follow the approach described here
. It basically suggests collapsing the WebBrowser
control while displaying another control on top of it. Underneath the WebBrowser
control you can display a WebBrowserBrush
I attached a sample solution demonstrating this approach so please let me know if it works.
the Telerik team