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Hello to all

When moving the steering tiller forward (turning aircraft right) about 2/3 through the axis the 'differential brakes' message is displayed causing the aircraft to brake. I have checked everywhere and cannot find any cross assignments.

FS joysticks is disabled and all assignments in FS deleted.

I am also having trouble calibrating the brakes and was wondering if the two could be related?

I'm using FS9 and PMDG 800-900.

Any suggestions gratefully received!

AW

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When moving the steering tiller forward (turning aircraft right) about 2/3 through the axis the 'differential brakes' message is displayed causing the aircraft to brake. I have checked everywhere and cannot find any cross assignments. FS joysticks is disabled and all assignments in FS deleted.

Nevertheless, unless there is a hardware fault causing button presses or other axis inputs to occur when moving the tiller axis, there must be something else assigned to that axis. Show me the [Axes] section of the FSUIPC INI file.

You could also use FSUIPC's logging facilities to see what is going on. Enable both Event and Axis Event logging, then move the sterring tiller to obtain the diff brakes message. check the Log to see what was sent.

I am also having trouble calibrating the brakes and was wondering if the two could be related?

Yes, it could well be so.

I'm using FS9 and PMDG 800-900.

Is is aircraft specific? Try it on a default aircraft.

Regards

Pete

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