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@kodamasakuno Thank you for telling me the workaround. I have updated the article.
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Here is a better workaround. Just the following line.Process.Start(new ProcessStartInfo("https://example.com") { UseShellExecute = true });The simple reason is because the default value of ProcessStartInfo.UseShellExecute is false in .Net Core while it's true in .Net Framework.
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@Babu Pillai I'm happy to help. As you can see in the repo's code, I get a Dispatcher instance from MainWindow class.
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Thank you for a comment @Babu Pillai. Dispatcher class is System.Windows.Threading.Dispatcher class. The class is in WindowsBase.dll. I've added a repository link at bottom of article for to be able to see full version code. Could you check the code? If you cann't fix an error, then please let me kn...
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