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Textpad - Always open in binary?

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I use textpad for viewing and editing binary data. I want to have some files always open in binary by defualt, but I cannot find an option anywhere like this is textpad. Can this be done?
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Try:

Configure > Preferences > Document Classes > Binary
then add the extension of the files you want to open in binary mode by default.

Hope this helps.
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