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Using Child Theme to customize files in subfolders like"/includes"

I use BeTheme for 95% of my client website builds but I am always stuck on one issue. Not every theme is exactly what is needed and yours is no exception. There are a lot of times I want to make small customizations to files but the only way this works is editing the core files - overwritten at next BeTheme update. One example is editing the "includes/header-top-area.php" file. Is there a way to edit this and other files outside of the core so that it will be retained at next theme update? I've tried making a child theme but these customizations are not recognized, especially when attempting to edit a file outside a directory such as "/includes". Looking forward to your answer. Thank you so much.

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