You can use an HTML anchor tag to achieve the same result. It's like referencing image files using an <img> tag in the XML comments.
/// The resources are loaded from <a href="../Resources.TextFile.txt">Resources.TextFile.txt</a>.
Include the resource file as a content item in the project. The example above assumes it's in the root folder. HTML files are always in the ./html folder so it needs to go up one level. If you put the file in a subfolder off of the root
folder, add its name to the href target: "../FolderName/Resources.TextFile.txt".
If you've applied the
Sandcastle Styles patch, you can use an href attribute instead of a cref attribute on the <see> tag. The file location info would be the same.
/// The resources are loaded from <see href="../Resources.TextFile.txt" />.