Opening .txt files in Cherrytree from the command line

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    magoo
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    Is it possible to open a .txt file in Cherrytree without having to open the program first?
    I would like to associate the .txt extension to Cherrytree, so that all text files are opened automatically by Cherrytree (imported as a node).
    Just to be clear, I already know how to import txt files into Cherrytree, from the Import menu, it’s not what I am asking.

    Thanks

    #124889

    giuspen
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    It is not possible at the moment but it would be simple to achieve, I will try and have a look

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    Hebbs
    Member

    I believe that this should be a high-priority feature request.
    Just think about this: if txt files could be associated to Cherrytree and opened automatically by Cherrytree when clicking on them, Cherrytree would easily become the DEFAULT editing application for MANY more users.
    Also, this could be extended to html files and rtf files, I guess.

    Giuseppe, if this is indeed an easy task to accomplish, please invest one or two hours on this and implement this feature.

    I can’t wait to see my txt files opened by Cherrytree just by clicking on them!!

    Thank you

    –Hebbs

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