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Super Lloyd28-Oct-19 1:49
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Sander Rossel27-Oct-19 21:48
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I assume the WinForms project is .NET Framework (it could be .NET Core since last month).
.NET Framework and .NET Core are not fully compatible and while I believe it's possible to reference .NET Core projects in .NET Framework and vice versa it's not recommended.
Instead, you should use .NET Standard, the common denominator between the two.
You can simply add a new project in Visual Studio and pick the "Class Library (.NET Standard)" template.
This project will be usable in .NET Framework and .NET Core projects (but it can't run on its own since it has no runtime).

Be sure to write your .NET Standard project in the correct version: .NET Standard | Microsoft Docs[^]

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