It is not a ZOrder issue but rather an airspace conflict. You can read more about it in the MSDN but meanwhile what you can try is to implement somewhat workaround using the WebBrowserBrush
renders in the Silverlight's window and the WebBrowser
is rendered in its own child window placed over the Silverlight so you can not get the Silverlight's drawing over the WebBrowser
. However after you display a WebBrowser
you can create a WebBrowserBrush
and capture the browser's image. Then render both the web content and the window inside the Silverlight plugin.
You can play with the attached project. However this solution still has a lot of issues as you will see.
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