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Localization problems with c# 2010

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I am having problems localising my application.

Basically what I would REALLY like to do is to have a resource file which is a dll so I can access the dll with PASSOLO and translate the file - keeping the same dll.  For reasons too long to explain I CANNOT use the normal localisation method son I would like my resource file containing strings = e.g. langs.resx as a dll so I can just translate said dll and access from my application to get the string values.

How would I go about this?
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I need to make sure that I understand what you mean by "normal localization method"...are you saying that you don't want to use satellite resource assemblies?

Retrieving Resources in Satellite Assemblies
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/70s77c20.aspx
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I resolved problem thank you
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