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FSXA Fantasy way-points or airports

I want to make a flight plan with some way-points or fantasy airports, but AIFP does not accept the new way-points or airports.
I made the way-points of airports in ADEX, data in the picture.
The fault is in the txt.




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This is the second time in two days I've had a report of a problem with this function - after years since the last change.

The problem is the name "Wayward West". when AIFP processes that name, it doesn't know how to handle the second word. There's an unintended inherent assumption of a single word.

I will fix. In the meantime eliminate the space in the name or replace it with an underscore or dash, for example.