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In using C# linklabel(s), is there a way of implimenting a solid form of two way communication using "linklabel's". It's like making a C function call in "C". It calls the function, and then returns control back to the calling program when finished. So now relate this example into implimenting a solid form of two way communication using "linklabel".

In my many trial and error experiences using Linklabels, linklabel calls the web page ok, BUT... linklabel just dumps the calling c# program into the PC's system tray running. Are there any possible answer out there that will fixes these problem(s)??? Any excellent/solid answer in C# examples? Thanks anyway. RSVP Please

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What I have tried:

I have an exact c# program working that calls two different web sites, using labellink.
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Updated 21-Mar-21 15:35pm
BillWoodruff 24-Feb-21 2:12am
Several ways you can handle this, but, first:

"after the web page is called from the running program"

how is the WebBrowser instance/process created/launched ?

are you using Process.Start, or, are you using a WebBrowser Control on a Form ?

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