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Vox does not recognize user airport?

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Hi to all,


recently Jorge Chavez Airport in Lima changed its ICAO from SPIM to SPJC. To reflect that change I've removed SPIM airport from FSX and replaced it by a new (except from the ICAO identical) airport called SPJC.


Here's how I achieved this according to the ADE manual instructions:


I opened stock SPIM in ADE, removed everything, saved/compiled empty copy to World Folder and thus made it load before the stock airport, then using the Pro Key of ADE I reopened the stock airport in ADE again, changed the ICAO to SPJC and saved/compiled the airport placing it at high priority in the scenery.cfg. Everything looks ok in the SIM, SPJC recognized and SPIM no longer used.


As a traffic program I use MyTraffic6 and for Weather I use ActiveSky Next. I managed to move the MyTraffic Schedules from SPIM to SPJC and Vox successfully uses them (it populates the SPJC airport with traffic) when fired up at my brand-new SPJC. ActiveSky Next has a weather station at SPJC, correctly recognizes my SPJC and injects the SPJC weather to the sim correctly (METAR and FSX weather identical after ASNext weather infusion). However, if I contact Vox ATIS at SPJC I get a completely wrong weather information. Wrong winds, clouds, QNH, etc. Can anybody tell me how I can figure where this wrong weather information comes from?

ASNextConnection to Vox is working perfectly at all other airports, I have run the indexer several times (so Vox should know about my new afcad SPJC_ADEX.bgl and the LevelD-Airac NavData Vox uses does contain SPJC-information. Why does Vox still not recognize my SPJC? Any help appreciated.




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