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14 hours ago, VHOJT said:

 

I think I am going to go bald if I read this thread again.  Please read Stephen's post.

 

There is no issue with PFPX.

 

I just realised before I say that in bold - can you still release your flight plans?

I would disagree. I’ve tried all available sources for winds aloft.  I got the Red Message and every waypoint had winds 000/00 next to them. Something is most DEFINITELY not in the norm.

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47 minutes ago, thibodb said:

I would disagree. I’ve tried all available sources for winds aloft.  I got the Red Message and every waypoint had winds 000/00 next to them. Something is most DEFINITELY not in the norm.

 

Then provide the full OFP and the data source in use.

 

EDIT: Tested AGAIN using v2.04 and AS weather ( PFPX winds removed). Attached OFP with interpolated current winds as expected and the warning displayed.

 

 

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Hi to you all,

 

If you’re still interested in the solution, it’s already mentioned overhere, but I  think a lot of you are tired to read it all allover again. I understand.

 

The only thing you to have to do is choosing ‘live weather’ in the available weather options, under ‘weather’. That’s it! I choose my weather option from ‘Active Sky’, all over again, but today, I followed one of the posts overhere and PFPX is my friend again. Seamless as it was before and not this terrible message. I am a happy PFPX user again.

 

So again thanks to that guy overhere, who mentioned it a time ago!

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