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  1. Hello all. I'm having a bit of an issue with the autobraking systems on my payware aircraft in regards to Sim Physics X. The aircraft will brake just fine in a RTO situation, but once I get in the air and then land again with autobrake on in the aircraft, as soon as I land the autobrake disengages and I have to brake manually. I've read in the manual that the autobraking systems on payware aircraft (PMDG) might conflict with the autobrake systems on Sim Physics X, and that the way to solve that problem is to simply turn it off. I've done that and it still does the same thing, when the airplane lands the autobrake system (plane side) turns off and I have to brake manually. I think to myself "Alright, it might be the whole program conflicting with the payware airplane", so I don't even start Sim Physics X. Guess what, it still does the same thing. Land, no autobrakes. I have had this problem in version 1.4, and I still have it in 1.6. I also have the latest FSUIPC installed. If you need any more information or have an idea of what's going on, please let me know. Thank you. -Sean UPDATE: Everything seems to work as directed on Aerosoft's Airbus X. Trying different payware aircraft to narrow down which ones are affected. So far it might be just PMDG.