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    I have saitek flight yoke and rudder pedals. very pleased for the most part, however i seem to be having trouble getting the brakes to release when i use the toe brakes on pedals. can anyone help me resolve this issue?

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    Reverse the axis?
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    I'm sure there is a box within the Saitek set up to only operate a control while any button is continually pressed, and when you release it reverts back.
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    Hello
    For the toe brakes to work.....................

    Into FSX settings and controls.
    Control axes......
    Controller type.........Saitek Pro Flight rudder pedals
    EVENT
    Brake (left axis)
    AXIS
    Left toe...
    REVERSE
    ticked

    EVENT
    Brake(right axes)
    AXIS
    Right toe
    REVERSE
    ticked

    Back to CALIBRATION
    AXIS
    Both brakes Sensitivitys slide all the way to the right

    Click....OK

    That should do it.

    bigcav

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