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Anybody know the key binding for air brake neutral? I can't find it. If the instructor touches the air brake the front cockpit is locked out.

 

Background (DCS L-39 manual page 55):

In the rear cockpit this switch has three positions: forward (air brake retraction), middle (neutral) and aft (air brake extension).

Important: The air brake control switch in the rear cockpit is a command one. The air brakes can be controlled from the front cockpit only if the rear cockpit switch is in the neutral position

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52 minutes ago, Morpheus said:

It's like in real life, when the airbrake has been operated in the rear cockpit, it can no longer be operated in the front cockpit. That's all

I believe he asking about the keybind to the neutral position for the brake in the rear cockpit, and seems to realize that the airbrake in the front will not operate when engaged in the rear cockpit.

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8 hours ago, Dograw75 said:

I believe he asking about the keybind to the neutral position for the brake in the rear cockpit, and seems to realize that the airbrake in the front will not operate when engaged in the rear cockpit.

Exactly. Rear cockpit air brake neutral key bind. You can manually click it to the center with the mouse but i cant find a way to map that to my throttle air brake button.

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7 hours ago, Morpheus said:

Maybe, just take a look in options it's "F" . 

In my options "F" is "Flaps Flight Position". I'm trying to get the rear cockpit Air Brake switch back in to neutral after use (so that the front cockpit can operate)

 

My options only have:

Air Brake Button - B

Air Brake Switch - CLOSE - LCtrl+B

Air Brake Switch - OPEN - LShift+B

No neutral?

 

With CLOSE and OPEN bound the throttle switch the animated rear cockpit air brake switch remains in the last used position even when the button is no longer pressed. It has to be mouse clicked to get back to neutral (returning front cockpit control).

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Sorry guys this turned out to be a waste of time. "Air Brake Button - B" which deploys brakes only when held down is effectively the neutral button. If it is momentarily clicked, with the animated rear cockpit switch in either position, the brake switch drops in to neutral when released.

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