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Dear Sir:

 I use FSUIPC version 4.971,FSX and Saitek Rudder panels PZ44 and PZ35 and my goal is to make
 the foot brakes work.
 As my English it not to good,I have troubles to understand everything in the mnanual and
 therefore I appreciate your help.

 Here is what I did :
 - Go to Axis assignment
 In MODE press the left foot brake pedal which lead to Joy#1 Axis#Y
 I select the option send to FS as normal axis
 Below that there are 4 options and I wonder which one to select
 and what to do next.

 Your help is appreciated

John888

 

 

 

 

 

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16 minutes ago, John888 said:

I use FSUIPC version 4.971,FSX and Saitek Rudder panels PZ44 and PZ35 and my goal is to make
 the foot brakes work.
 As my English it not to good,I have troubles to understand everything in the mnanual and
 therefore I appreciate your help.

 Here is what I did :
 - Go to Axis assignment
 In MODE press the left foot brake pedal which lead to Joy#1 Axis#Y
 I select the option send to FS as normal axis
 Below that there are 4 options and I wonder which one to select
 and what to do next.

Select one of the 4 (the 4 are simply to allow multiple assignment to the same axis, which is certainly not relevant to toe brakes.

Then you will have a drop-down list. Just select left brake or right brake as appropriate.

You may need to reverse them too, so when you go to the Calibration tab to calibrate them, be sure to select the REV option.

By the way, there are pictures in the User Guide to help you.

You might also get more help, from folks better at explaining things than me, it you used a more description suject heading for your post. "FSUIPC" really says nothing useful. Almost every thread here is related to FSUIPC.

Pete
 

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