Bit of a tricky situation: I am tasked with modifying and updating an "ancient" software. I am using Visual C++ 6.0 because more modern versions aren't compatible with the outdated software I am modifying. The software utilizes several grids designed using a very outdated version of Stingray Objective Grid and we no longer have the license. So, I need to modify the grids but cannot use the latest version of Stingray Objective Grid because it is not compatible with Visual C++ 6.0. Does anyone have advice on how I could solve this issue? It would be much appreciated. Basically, is there a simple way to modify the .OGL grid files without having to completely reconstruct them?