I have a WPF app that uses an embedded WebBrowser control. I have been using this as a video player (i would have used MediaPlayer, but it doesn't support H.264 in XP) Anyway, I am using a 3rd party video player to display the h.264 videos, and
this has been working fine.
We started testing on 64 bit Windows 7 and now whenever we attempt to play the videos, the WebBrowser launches a separate IE window and plays the video there instead of within my app.
I have googled this bug and have seen hints about handling the NewWindow2 event, but have yet to see a decent example that isn't a total HACK..
Does anybody know a way to stop the WebBrowser control from launching separate IE windows on a 64 bit OS?
Thanks a lot,
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