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Hexdraw Users

a place to discuss which new graphics are needed to realize your Maps

Website: http://www.hexdraw.com
Location: in your printer
Members: 146
Latest Activity: Sep 12

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Support Email: "bader (at) bader-software.at"
  
Hexdraw 1.1 :HexDrawSetup.exe

important:
please install Hexdraw to C:\..\Documents\Hexdraw\
don't install to C:\programs(x86)\

free Wargame Font: 2HexDraw.ttf

SPQR Library : SPQR_Library.hm

Manual: Hexdraw Manual.pdf

Woods and Dirt Textures from the SQPR Library 12textures.zip

ASL Stream Overlays stream.zip

Link to John Coopers very useful textures
Textures by John Cooper

Don Lazlov ASL Templates and Demo files:
www.hexdraw.com/DonLazovFiles/ASL-Base-GeoMap-Blank-Template.zip
www.hexdraw.com//DonLazovFiles/ASL-Demo-01.zip
www.hexdraw.com//DonLazovFiles/ASL-Demo-02.zip

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What overlay would you need 8 Replies

please post about the overlay your need or even the one you like to share.When you have a overlay you like to share dont forget to attach ;-)Continue

Started by Jo Bader. Last reply by 76mm Sep 12.

Create a new Library 1 Reply

Hi,How can I create my own Library?I would like to add overlays for example, and be able to have them for my next map without actually having to add them for every mapContinue

Started by Pere Serrat. Last reply by RandyT0001 Oct 1, 2017.

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Comment by Lance Runolfsson on December 26, 2013 at 11:45pm

I have done several maps lately using custom overlays for fortification hexsides. A real neat feature for Hex Draw would be if overlays could be rotated using the Number pad or arrow keys!

Comment by Alan Findlay on November 19, 2013 at 10:03am

Okay, now I've got it working. So far, so fun!!! Thanks.

Comment by Jo Bader on November 19, 2013 at 7:06am

Alan, I send you a PM on Gamesquad

Comment by Alan Findlay on November 18, 2013 at 8:52pm

"Unhandled exception has occurred in your application..."

Bought, downloaded, and installed HexDraw today. But when I try to use it, an error message that begins as above comes up, and I can't do anything with the program.

Help!!!

Alan

Comment by Lars Thuring on October 19, 2013 at 8:51am

Trev,

normally all printers have a margin where you cannot print. This is not so bad since it can be used to glue several arks together when required.

Lars

Comment by Trevor Cook on October 17, 2013 at 3:59pm

Hi Jo

Is it possible to print in boarderless A3 size on an A3 printer?

Many thanks,

Trev

Comment by Jo Bader on June 8, 2013 at 1:26pm

Hello Emery,

sure, try the edit selected hex button. and read in the manual how to work with it.

cheers

jo

Comment by Emery Gallant on June 8, 2013 at 10:26am
Hi Jo! I was wondering: can you (or someone) at some point create hex overlays that when combined adjacent (best at horizontal, vertical, and diagonal) allow placement of walls, window ledges, doorways for rudimentary farmhouse-like structures?

I'd love to create skirmish games that revolve around in-depth house-to-house fighting. Is this possible?

One of the members of my wargaming forum (www.militarywargaming.com) created a skirmish game he wants to play on the forum's game room, and I'm making maps for him. I'd prefer to use HexDraw for the purpose.
Comment by Jo Bader on April 21, 2013 at 11:53am

Andrew,
install Hexdraw to a non write-protected directory. i.e.: "C:\Hexdraw\"

Comment by Andrew Howard on April 17, 2013 at 6:23pm

 

 

I have a problem.  I'm fairly certain it's just a setting I have wrong, but I can't seem to find it on my own.

I bought a new labtop;  a lot more capability than the old computer that I had installed HexDraw on.

HexDraw loaded in just fine.  All my saved files are all there etc.

However:

When I open HexDraw the box which shows which types of hexes, overlays, hexsides, etc. you have in the library is so narrow now, that I really can't see anything there at all.

 

It's making the program virtually useless to me.  What can I do to enlarge that window?

 

Thanks to anyone that can help.

 

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