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hi there and happy new year,

I want to know where my mistake is!!!

Like to use the autobrake set function with a button. I did programm already lots of them, but this time it does not happen.

Selected FSUIPC, pressed the relevant button, select FScontrol, choosed from drop down autobrake set, set parameter to 5 that`s it unfortunately without any reaction.

thanks in advance for kind attention and reply

regards

CJK

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Selected FSUIPC, pressed the relevant button, select FScontrol, choosed from drop down autobrake set, set parameter to 5 that`s it unfortunately without any reaction.

What aircraft is this with? Does it have an autobrake setting '5'? Is it the FS autobrake -- add-ons like PMDG aircraft do their own thing I thinkj. Test it with the default 737 or 747.

Pete

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hi,

thanks for prompt reply. I am flying the PSS Airbusses and after your reply I checked the PSS panel config (should have done before asking silly questions) and found a instruction there how to manage.

Now it works

sorry if any inconvenience caused

regards

CJK

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