From: Hessen, Germany - now living in France
Yes, it's witploadae.exe - has been a while I have used it.
Here are some notes on how to use it (I'm not the author, credits go to Symon) :
It's a DOS program, so DOS rules apply.
I created a work folder and made a batch file that pointed to it.
The Command Prompt comes up pointing to one's user folder, so I put a file named Witpload.bat in my C:\Users\Me folder.
Create a folder C:\matrix games\war in the pacific admiral's edition\stuff
Put a copy of witploadae.exe in the folder.
Make a batch file in your user folder that says cd\matrix games\war in the pacific admiral's edition\stuff
Copy whatever scenario (scenario xxx) you want to play with into the C:\.\.\stuff folder
When you launch Command Prompt, just type witpload <ret> ; that puts you in the right place
Then type witploadae /sxxx /e and it will dump scenario xxx things to csv files in the stuff folder
Do all your nasty.
Then type witploadae /sxxx /i and it will update scenario xxx things from the edited csv files
Then just move the scenario xxx files back to the game Scen folder.
It's a lot easier if the executable and the scenario files are in the same folder (a lot, lot less typing), and it's a lot easier if the folder is not the game Scen folder (there's so many files in there, already).
The files gives access to more stuff than the editor, for example the setting of LCU Op stances.