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Right brake missing

Postby alanbeasy » Fri Jul 12, 2019 8:24 am

Latest version of FlightGear installed.
Configuring Thrustmaster rudder pedals.
No right brake tab available in FlightGear to assign right brake input.

Also, even with left brake assigned, Brake on/off is reversed.
So trying to taxi and take off with brake pedals depressed to release brake = ground looping.

When the “reversed” checkbox is marked “X” the brake freezes and is no longer functional.

Windows 10 on a HP Workstation Z230 - SFF - Core i5 4570 3.2 GHz - 8 GB - 500 GB | G7N79UP#ABA ... 7n79upaba/

Fault Occurs on any aircraft.
Scenery from FlightGear downloads
Output printed???
Command line????

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Re: Right brake missing

Postby alanbeasy » Wed Feb 26, 2020 11:01 pm

No. Can’t get anybody with answers
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Re: Right brake missing

Postby FlugHund » Thu Feb 27, 2020 11:20 am

I am not up to date with the exact details regarding that insim joystick config tool and where it stores its files. But the only way for 'real' joystick configuration is by editing .xml files. Said tool prolly created a file inside $FG_HOME somewhere. Locate and alter it.

See this article for some examples.
The keyboard config file is helpful, too, on examples of nasal scrips regarding control features. ... yboard.xml
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