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At what point should Vox ATC start having me descend? There have been multiple times when I hear nothing but after I request to go lower they give me the go ahead to descend. Is there an issue here?

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I always get the order to descend pretty much close to my T/D.just fly and let Vox give you the descend order.


Joel Strikovsky
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When I fly VFR, I have to ask for a decent. When I fly IFR, I always receive a desent without asking.Murray

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I lately get a desent way too early: just now I finished a flight from KSFO to KLAS. VoxATC gave me a desent while I was still 80miles away from the T/D !! I was flying a PMDG 738 at FL370.What's up with that? :(


Eric [FSX on Windows7 64-bit]

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don't know.you may want an address this with the VoxATC Support.


Joel Strikovsky
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I lately get a desent way too early: just now I finished a flight from KSFO to KLAS. VoxATC gave me a desent while I was still 80miles away from the T/D !! I was flying a PMDG 738 at FL370.What's up with that? :(
Eric, I was having the same problem. Contact Tegwin, he sent me an update that fixed the problem. Now, usually I get descent instructions with 1 or 2 miles of my TD.

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Joel, I got the update (6.06) from Tegwyn back in October. I'm not sure why he didn't make it available to the general public. I just emailed him to get permission to give out the link for the update. As soon as I hear from him, I'll let you know.


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what is the latest Version out three?did you get a "What's New" file with that fix?what else does it fixes that 6.06?


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Joel, 6.05 is the latest on the VOX website. There is no fix list and as far as I know it only fixes the early descent. As I said, when I hear from Tegwyn I'll let you know. Maybe if enough folks requested a fix for this problem he'd release another update.


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Joel, I received a response from Tegwyn this morning giving me permission to publish the links for the update. Unfortunately I'm at work right now. I'll post them as soon as I get home around 1930 UTC.


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Here you go guys. It has worked well for me. Be sure to follow the installation instructions.To fix this premature descent, first download 6.06Uninstall your current VoxATC X If you're running Xp download and install http://www.voxatc.net/606/VASetup.msi For Vista/Win7 download http://www.voxatc.net/606/VoxATCInstall.zip unzip into a folder and run 'setup.exe'.Then you will need to patch that by downloading www.voxatc.net/606update.zipExtraxt the files BGLAFD3.dll FlightplanExtras.exe VoxATC.dll and VoxATCServer.exe and put them into your VoxATC program files folder (usually C:Program Files (x86)Internal WorkingsVoxATC XOverwrite the existing files.


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This is great, I'll try it this evening.... Thanks!


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