Just got another computer windows 7 (old one was dieing)because I was afraid Hex draw Might not work on Windows 10. Now when I go to create an overlay my external Graphics program does not open up. Yes I do have the correct program set as the default for .bmp. Hex draw always worked in Windows 7 before. Any solutions? 

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OK I got a work around for this. You put the Hex Draw .exe in a folder somewhere different from program files. I put mine in my user folder. It will now want to save new overlays to that folder. This also fixes a handling exception error when you try to open .hm files or move the .hm files to a folder somewhere different from the Hex draw folder where Hex draw wants to save them. Again outside of the Programs folder. You will then have to open files by double clicking on them in the new location be sure to save new .hm files to this location.

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