. Diablo is a short player character name and can be used as a hero name.. For a full description and download links, see the Diablo Wiki page on Diablo I and II.
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According to there the Diablo 2 2.3 install directory is C:\Program Files\Diablo II. Since you did put it in the correct directory, just do as the last (but first answer) suggests and hit F5. From there:

Get the.HEX file, which is in the diablo2\diablo2.exe file
Open the file up, usually CTRL+A to select everything, then CTRL+C to copy
Go to the Hero Editor installation directory (I think it’s C:\Program Files\Hero Editor), and paste the.HEX file over.
Hit F5 in the Hero Editor. From there you can use the Save As… function to save a new game.

Before the series against the Yankees, the Orioles used Adam Jones as their DH. Jones got his first hit of the series, a single in the top of the first. He became a game-changing hero.

The one thing people don’t like to admit is that Jones has a history of soft-tossing it. He seemed to have it under control in 2015 but this season he’s returned to some old habits and he’s been a real detriment.

Jones is averaging 34.8% ground balls and 29.5% fly balls which are both statistically significant lows for the left fielder. His swing at the ball makes it look like he’s trying to hit a home run, but what he’s really doing is hitting soft grounders.

Let’s take a look at a few pitches that Jones has been working on this season.

Just over a month ago Jones was trying to pull the ball against the Yankees. He didn’t get it out of the infield though, ending up with a ground ball and striking out.

Jones has been showing an inability to recognize pitches out of the zone. He’s trying to pull the ball and not doing a good job of it.

Here, Jones struggles to lay off a fastball in the zone and ends up hitting a slow roller.

Jones doesn’t seem to be able to stay focused on the ball and let it move.

Jones ends up with a ground ball with a no movement curveball in his own territory.

Here, Jones is able to lay off the first ball he sees and hit a slider for a ground out.

Here, Jones struggles to lay off