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Platform : Windows Forms
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Category : WebBrowser

How can I catch the BeforeNavigate2 event?

This is a known bug. See http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=KB;EN-US;Q311298&ID=KB;EN-US;

If you are using the second solution from our FAQ "How can I host a WebBrowser control in a Windows Form" you will not have this problem but if you use the automatically generated wrapper classes see the following solution:

John Cullen posted the following answer in the microsoft.public.dotnet.framework.interop newsgroup.

The problem of the BeforeNavigate2 event not firing in C# applications has been floating around various groups for several months. Microsoft have not yet fixed the problem, although it is documented in the knowledge base. Until they do provide a fix, I suggest the following workaround to the problem which uses the fact the the old Webbrowser_V1 BeforeNavigate event *can* be caught. Note, use of this interface is deprecated, however since there doesn’t appear to be any chance of a fix any time soon...

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