Hex editor that copies word wraps?

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  1. CosmoCortney
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    Hi,
    is there a hex editor where I can automatically copy a word wrap after every 16th byte (for hex and text)?

    It's really annoying adding them by hand :glare:
    Thanks for reading


    EDIT: I will explain it in another way. (I'm not that good with explaining complex things in English, sorry!)
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  2. FAST6191

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    You want the red lines or a | or something between at least the hex and the ascii decode sections?

    I am not sure I have seen any with the lines. If you ever see me do it for a reply here then I probably did the usual export text and then find and replace between the ascii and the hex to get a the line or I used column select in something like notepad++ -- https://notepad-plus-plus.org/features/column-mode-editing.html
     
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    With word wrap I meant a new line after pasting the content somewhere else.
    so 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 ... would be
    00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
    00000000 ....
    With the red line I have tried to show where I want it to have after pasting
     
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    The only thing I have in mind is tranlhextion, but this one is mostly tbl based, so i guess it's not what you are looking for :P
     
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    I am still not following entirely, however if you use hex workshop then try the edit -> copy as -> text function as it might do what you want, as might the file -> export and then select text.
     
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    Doesn't work either. Just the same result without new lines after every 16th byte.
     
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    Not sure what to say, worked fine for me
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    Ah, it works now, thanks :)
    I was confused with the program in the beginning (only used the drop down menu from the right click)