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  1. I have FSUIPC 4.934 with FSX 10.0.61637 on Windows 8.1 I disabled the controllers in FSX and added Joysitcks=0 in the fsx.cfg file I set up my CH pro pedals and the z axis is assigned to axis rudder set x axis is assigned to axis left brake set y axis is assigned to axis right brake set the calibration settings in the ini file show 0=RX,256,F,66387,0,0,0 1=RY,256,F,66388,0,0,0 2=RZ,256,F,65764,0,0,0 LeftBrake=-16380,16380 RightBrake=-16380,16380 From the time the flight sim loads it says differential braking down in the left corner. I have tried numerous variations of calibration settings, nothing seems to create a configuration where i can determine how to make it so the pedals have no braking effect while they are not being stepped on and add differential braking when one is being stepped on and braking when they both are being stepped on. When i remove the configuration and assign a button to the *-. keys i can get the differential and braking to work properly. What am i doing wrong in terms of assigning them as axis configurations. It seems like i should be able to set the -16380 closer to 0 to create a dead zone where the pedals are being triggered but nothing seems to work.
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