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Naming conventions for .net C# Unit test projects for better sorting

I currently use the following naming scheme for my unit test projects.. if I have a project “MyApp”, I will have..

-- MyApp -- MyApp.Tests 

I see this is quite a common practice.

Now, the problem is, if I then have another project MyApp.Common. Now in solution explorer, my projects are sorted

-- MyApp -- MyApp.Common -- MyApp.Common.Tests -- MyApp.Tests 

So my MyApp.Tests is no longer “next to” the main project it is testing. As the projects grow, the tests can become mix up all over the place,

I know it is not a big thing, but just wondering if anyone else has encounters this, and thought of any other way?

Thanks in advance for any suggestions.