VB/C# Project support for non-root resx files
Please add support for WinForms (and possiblky other project types) support for the ability to use the Forms Designer to set the images for controls by taking them from resx files not in the project's root directory. Right now VS only supports root deirectory resx files - images contained in resx files and resx files themseleves that are located in subdirectories are simply not listed in the dialog that appears when you want to set the image for a control.
That would effectively be nice to support a kind of sub-project. That is a self-contained folder that could be used in multiple projects with its own resources (and settings by the way).
By the way, it should be possible to have files in a different location and being able to properly load strings (presently, the path is not updated in the generated file if we copy file from somewhere else and include them in a project). If would be nice if the compiler would automatically recompile generated files if necessary or missing.
I think that local resource might in some cases make more sense that having all at a fixed location or having a lot of small projects.
Well an alternate idea would be to have some project group that would contains properties for the DLL and contains existing projects (C#, C++/CLI, VB.NET, F#) as long as options are enough compatible for an ilmerge.