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How to assign toe brake when no wheel brake in Axis commands


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I'm not sure, but I think he can change toe-brake's role for triggering a (W) keycommand, in SST software.

 

I've never seen rudder page in SST software though...

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The profile editor can send wheel brake command (W) to a toe brake when I press it. But it does not hold the press as I continue pressing. It only press and release all the time and I'm finding the way to keep it pressing (hold down the key) until I release the toe brake.

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In DCS when you press W is not send only one W, is send WWWWWWWWW... to make the braking progressive and not ON/OFF, see with Ctrl+ENTER.

 

The Saitek soft are send only a W, try using a function repeat, if available.

 

Mapping a axis with XPadder and 0,2 seconds pause between each W work.

 

In the end you will get brake both wheels with this, not "toe brakes" - brake individual wheel - as the plane don't use this system (e.g. Mig-21), or are not modeled... will be just a awkward "workaround".


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I use CH pedals and with some scripting, was able to use the toe brakes as pseudo progressive braking.

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  • 4 years later...

Hey! it was obvious!

 

In DCS when you press W is not send only one W, is send WWWWWWWWW... to make the braking progressive and not ON/OFF, see with Ctrl+ENTER.

 

The Saitek soft are send only a W, try using a function repeat, if available.

 

Mapping a axis with XPadder and 0,2 seconds pause between each W work.

 

In the end you will get brake both wheels with this, not "toe brakes" - brake individual wheel - as the plane don't use this system (e.g. Mig-21), or are not modeled... will be just a awkward "workaround".

 

Yes, of course. Never thought of that and it was obvious.

I couldn't even taxi to take off. I had just given up.

Thanks a bundle

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