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    When you open it, enter the search for "CH Pro Pedals USB".

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    </SimControls.Map>


    -<SimControls.Map>

    <Name>CH Pro Throttle USB SLEW {2BFF48C0-293B-11E8-8009-444553540000}</Name>


    -<Axis>

    <AxName>XAxis</AxName>

    <Index>0</Index>

    <AxEvent>AXIS_SLEW_SIDEWAYS_SET</AxEvent>

    <AxScale>127</AxScale>

    </Axis>


    -<Axis>

    <AxName>YAxis</AxName>

    <Index>1</Index>

    <AxEvent>AXIS_SLEW_AHEAD_SET</AxEvent>

    <AxScale>127</AxScale>

    </Axis>


    -<Axis>

    <AxName>RxAxis</AxName>

    <Index>3</Index>

    <AxEvent>AXIS_SLEW_HEADING_SET</AxEvent>

    <AxScale>127</AxScale>

    </Axis>


    -<Entry>

    <Index>0</Index>

    <Down>SLEW_RESET</Down>

    </Entry>


    -<Entry>

    <Index>1</Index>

    <Down>VIEW_MODE</Down>

    </Entry>


    -<Entry>

    <Index>2</Index>

    <Down>SLEW_ALTIT_PLUS</Down>

    </Entry>


    -<Entry>

    <Index>3</Index>

    <Down>SLEW_ALTIT_MINUS</Down>

    </Entry>


    -<Entry>

    <Index>4</Index>

    <Down>SLEW_PITCH_PLUS</Down>

    </Entry>


    -<Entry>

    <Index>5</Index>

    <Down>SLEW_PITCH_MINUS</Down>

    </Entry>


    -<Entry>

    <Index>6</Index>

    <Down>SLEW_BANK_MINUS</Down>

    </Entry>


    -<Entry>

    <Index>7</Index>

    <Down>SLEW_BANK_PLUS</Down>

    </Entry>


    -<Entry>

    <Index>8</Index>

    <Down>SLEW_FREEZE</Down>

    </Entry>


    -<Entry>

    <Index>9</Index>

    <Down>SLEW_RESET</Down>

    </Entry>


    -<POV>

    <Index>0</Index>

    <Down>PAN_VIEW</Down>

    <DownRpt>1</DownRpt>

    </POV>

    </SimControls.Map>


    -<SimControls.Map>

    <Name>CH Pro Pedals USB{2BFF48C0-293B-11E8-800A-444553540000}</Name>


    -<Axis>

    <AxName>XAxis</AxName>

    <Index>0</Index>

    <AxEvent>AXIS_LEFT_BRAKE_SET</AxEvent>

    <AxScale>-1</AxScale>

    <AxNull>1</AxNull>

    </Axis>


    -<Axis>

    <AxName>YAxis</AxName>

    <Index>1</Index>

    <AxEvent>AXIS_RIGHT_BRAKE_SET</AxEvent>

    <AxScale>-1</AxScale>

    <AxNull>1</AxNull>

    </Axis>


    -<Axis>

    <AxName>ZAxis</AxName>

    <Index>2</Index>

    <AxEvent>AXIS_RUDDER_SET</AxEvent>

    <AxScale>1</AxScale>

    <AxNull>1</AxNull>

    </Axis>

    </SimControls.Map>


    -<SimControls.Map>

    <Name>CH Pro Pedals USB SLEW {2BFF48C0-293B-11E8-800A-444553540000}</Name>


    -<Axis>

    <AxName>ZAxis</AxName>

    <Index>2</Index>

    <AxEvent>AXIS_SLEW_HEADING_SET</AxEvent>

    <AxScale>1</AxScale>

    <AxNull>1</AxNull>

    </Axis>

    </SimControls.Map>


    -<SimControls.Map>

    <Name>CH Combatstick USB{2C01B9C0-293B-11E8-800B-444553540000}</Name>


    -<Axis>

    <AxName>XAxis</AxName>

    <Index>0</Index>

    <AxEvent>AXIS_AILERONS_SET</AxEvent>

    <AxScale>1</AxScale>

    <AxNull>1</AxNull>

    </Axis>


    -<Axis>

    <AxName>YAxis</AxName>

    <Index>1</Index>

    <AxEvent>AXIS_ELEVATOR_SET</AxEvent>

    <AxScale>1</AxScale>

    <AxNull>1</AxNull>

    </Axis>


    -<Axis>

    <AxName>ZAxis</AxName>

    <Index>2</Index>

    <AxEvent>AXIS_THROTTLE_SET</AxEvent>

    <AxScale>1</AxScale>

    <AxNull>1</AxNull>

    </Axis>


    -<Entry>

    <Index>0</Index>

    <Down>PAN_RESET</Down>

    </Entry>


    -<Entry>

    <Index>1</Index>

    <Down>VIEW_MODE</Down>

    </Entry>


    -<Entry>

    <Index>2</Index>

    <Down>ELEV_TRIM_DN</Down>

    <DownRpt>1</DownRpt>

    </Entry>


    -<Entry>

    <Index>3</Index>

    <Down>PAUSE_TOGGLE</Down>

    </Entry>


    -<Entry>

    <Index>4</Index>

    <Down>PAN_RIGHT</Down>

    <DownRpt>1</DownRpt>

    </Entry>


    -<Entry>

    <Index>5</Index>

    <Down>VIEW_LEFT</Down>

    </Entry>


    -<Entry>

    <Index>6</Index>

    <Down>RELEASE_DROPPABLE_OBJECTS</Down>

    </Entry>


    -<Entry>

    <Index>7</Index>

    <Down>GEAR_TOGGLE</Down>

    </Entry>


    -<Entry>

    <Index>8</Index>

    <Down>VIEW_MODE</Down>

    </Entry>


    -<Entry>

    <Index>9</Index>

    <Down>GEAR_TOGGLE</Down>

    </Entry>


    -<POV>

    <Index>0</Index>

    <DownRpt>1</DownRpt>

    <Up>PAN_RESET_COCKPIT</Up>

    </POV>

    </SimControls.Map>


    -<SimControls.Map>

    <Name>CH Combatstick USB SLEW {2C01B9C0-293B-11E8-800B-444553540000}</Name>


    -<Axis>

    <AxName>XAxis</AxName>

    <Index>0</Index>

    <AxEvent>AXIS_SLEW_SIDEWAYS_SET</AxEvent>

    <AxScale>1</AxScale>

    <AxNull>1</AxNull>

    </Axis>


    -<Axis>

    <AxName>YAxis</AxName>

    <Index>1</Index>

    <AxEvent>AXIS_SLEW_AHEAD_SET</AxEvent>

    <AxScale>1</AxScale>

    <AxNull>1</AxNull>

    </Axis>


    -<Axis>

    <AxName>RxAxis</AxName>

    <Index>3</Index>

    <AxEvent>AXIS_SLEW_HEADING_SET</AxEvent>

    <AxScale>127</AxScale>

    </Axis>


    -<Entry>

    <Index>0</Index>

    <Down>SLEW_RESET</Down>

    </Entry>


    -<Entry>

    <Index>1</Index>

    <Down>VIEW_MODE</Down>

    </Entry>


    -<Entry>

    <Index>2</Index>

    <Down>SLEW_ALTIT_PLUS</Down>

    </Entry>


    -<Entry>

    <Index>3</Index>

    <Down>SLEW_ALTIT_MINUS</Down>

    </Entry>


    -<Entry>

    <Index>4</Index>

    <Down>SLEW_PITCH_PLUS</Down>

    </Entry>


    -<Entry>

    <Index>5</Index>

    <Down>SLEW_PITCH_MINUS</Down>

    </Entry>


    -<Entry>

    <Index>6</Index>

    <Down>SLEW_BANK_MINUS</Down>

    </Entry>


    -<Entry>

    <Index>7</Index>

    <Down>SLEW_BANK_PLUS</Down>

    </Entry>


    -<Entry>

    <Index>8</Index>

    <Down>SLEW_FREEZE</Down>

    </Entry>


    -<Entry>

    <Index>9</Index>

    <Down>SLEW_RESET</Down>

    </Entry>


    -<POV>

    <Index>0</Index>

    <Down>PAN_VIEW</Down>

    <DownRpt>1</DownRpt>

    </POV>

    </SimControls.Map>

    </SimBase.Document>
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    You haven't assigned a CH Combatstick button to Parking Brake. Try assigning one and see if the CH Pro Pedals toe brakes stop activating it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tiger1962 View Post
    You haven't assigned a CH Combatstick button to Parking Brake. Try assigning one and see if the CH Pro Pedals toe brakes stop activating it.
    That didn't work ... and as you can see there are no conflicts in the assignments.
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    Quote Originally Posted by spirittoo View Post
    That didn't work ... and as you can see there are no conflicts in the assignments.
    There are no conflicts, but commands such Parking Brake which should be there by default are missing.
    This problem is a lot simpler to fix than meets the eye - you've set your own control assignments and lost some basic functions. Join the club, we've all done it too! Try resetting the control assignments back to default and start again, but next time leave the brakes assignments as they are.
    In the FSX Settings page, click on Controls and then click on the Reset Defaults button on the Calibration, Buttons/Keys and Control Axes tabs. Easy.
    Last edited by tiger1962; 03-05-2019 at 03:36 AM.
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    I reset the defaults on all controls several times ... it didn't help the situation.
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    If you have no other controllers of any kind connected, just the pedals and flightstick, and this problem only happens with FSX:SE, you could try a Verify Integrity scan from your Steam account:

    -load Steam
    -hover your mouse over Library
    -click on "Games"
    - Right-click"Microsoft Flight Simulator X: Steam Edition"
    -select "Properties"
    -Select the "Local Files" tab
    -click on "Verify Integrity of Games Cache"

    This automatically repairs or replaces any corrupted game files for you.
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    Wellsir ... I did as you suggested, but it did not change the situation. I did find that in the steam settings under controller in the general tab my throttle and fighterstick are listed but not the pedals. I see no way to tell it that I have pedals or to go look for them. Oh and I did a new build and did a fresh install of steam and the problem is still there. It must be that the pedals are not listed.
    Last edited by spirittoo; 03-15-2019 at 01:58 AM.
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    spirittoo, if you're using Win7 x64 (like me) then the pedals should be appear in the Control Panel\Hardware and Sound\Devices and Printers window as 'HID compliant game controller', along with your throttle and flightstick - so you should have three items named 'HID compliant game controller' in there. I use the CH Control Manager 4.55a because it has a Test/Calibrate feature which re-scans the USB ports if any controller isn't being recognised by Windows - very useful! Run it as Adminstrator and it should work for you: http://www.chproducts.com/13-29170-D...unity.php.html
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    You know I tried to use the control manager, but for some reason it would not work when I tried to calibrate the hardware. The stick and pedals are usb, but the throttle is hooked up through a usb adapter. I even contracted ch product test support, their answer was to uninstall it and use windows. I am not seeing all game controllers under the devices and printers.
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