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VoxATC and Air Hauler

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I have recently purchased Air Hauler and cannot seem to get VoxATC working with it. After Air Hauler starts the sim and loads the situation including flight plan, I start Vox. It gets through the first couple of voice tests and then displays the "Fatal Error - Disable VoxATC" error.I tried reloading a new flight plan, but it doesn't make any difference.Is there any initialization log that I could look at to try and see where it is failing? Any other ideas?Thanks

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I have recently purchased Air Hauler and cannot seem to get VoxATC working with it. After Air Hauler starts the sim and loads the situation including flight plan, I start Vox. It gets through the first couple of voice tests and then displays the "Fatal Error - Disable VoxATC" error.I tried reloading a new flight plan, but it doesn't make any difference.Is there any initialization log that I could look at to try and see where it is failing? Any other ideas?Thanks
I recommend that you contact the developer via the VoxATC site and request that they email you the logging utility called VA Tools. You can use this to generate a log file which might shed some light on your issue. Also, they are very proactive in assisting customers even when other software is involved. Good luck.

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From what I have read and learned in my brief experience with VoxATC, you need both a flight plan and a saved flight point to start from in order to get ATC working properly.AH doesn't give you a saved flight - only a flight plan.Therefore your only option would be to start the AH flight, then save it (you can do that from the flight monitoring page in Air Hauler) and then restart the flight from within AH at the saved position.JD

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Go to Just Flight and download the latest SP. It includes a fix for using it with VoxATC.To quote slopey (the AH developer):

Basically, VoxATC expects there to be a "*" character after the degrees in lat/longs. FS doesn't care, and neither does AH.So, before AH was passing:N54 2.111' to FS as a coordinate, which VoxATC can't handle - it requires:N54* 2.111'So that's what's changed. I was able to load in an AH flight plan into VoxATC for FSX with no issues now that's changed.Cheers,D.
JD

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