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  1. SpiffnZ

    A-29 Super Tucano

    Hey Guys, has anyone posted. .any missions for the A-29? I haven't got round to tackling the mission editor yet, so if there are any missions to download that would be awesome Thanks
  2. Probably my not looking hard enough but is there a button/link to update the utility from within the utility or is there a download link somewhere? Thanks No worries - looking at page 1 answered my question! - told you I hadnt looked hard enough!!!!!
  3. Hey all I just downloaded the folder from the Github link - but all it contained was the read me file. Can anyone please point me in the direction of a download for mod? Thanks
  4. Thanks - I have emailed MFG & will wait to see what they recommend
  5. Recalibration was my first thought, but it had no effect> Yes I have looked at the windows calibration tool & it does show the same coupled behaviour. I also wondered whether the pcb in the pedals might be the cause & have emailed MFG to try & get an opinion from them. Happily, having looked at the cost of a replacement board its not going to break the bank & might be the simplest way forward. In the meantime I've just deselected the right brake pedal in the affected aircraft, or switched braking to the joystick brake lever. Thanks for taking the time to help
  6. Ok so the previous post decided not to include my Text! In the top picture the pedals at rest are shown by the top table & the screen shot at the bottom, the middle picture shows the axis tunings in DCS. And the bottom picture shows the involvement of the right pedal when right rudder is applied. I hope that all makes sense - assuming that this post isnt scrambled like the one above ;) Many thanks
  7. Hi All I'm having a problem with my MFG crosswind pedals that it sounds like some of you might recognise. Pushing on the rudder pedal with my right foot (i.e. operating the Rx axis), is causing the the right toe brake (Y axis) to respond. I am not moving the the brake pedal through its arc of movement & indeed I get the same response of i push on the rudder cross bars rather than the pedal! There is obviously some sort of coupling occurring between the Rx axis & the Y axis, but I have no idea how to troubleshoot or resolve it, so any ideas or known solutions would be most welcome. Just for completeness the Y axis appears to function normally when operated in isolation & the X axis ( left toe brake) works just fine. I have checked that the firmware is up to date & have run the MFG Configurator software as per the instructions in the manual but still no dice. Thanks
  8. Hi All I'm having a problem with my MFG crosswind pedals that it sounds like some of you might recognise. Pushing on the rudder pedal with my right foot (i.e. operating the Rx axis), is causing the the right toe brake (Y axis) to respond. I am not moving the the brake pedal through its arc of movement & indeed I get the same response of i push on the rudder cross bars rather than the pedal! There is obviously some sort of coupling occurring between the Rx axis & the Y axis, but I have no idea how to troubleshoot or resolve it, so any ideas or known solutions would be most welcome. Just for completeness the Y axis appears to function normally when operated in isolation & the X axis ( left toe brake) works just fine. I have checked that the firmware is up to date & have run the MFG Configurator software as per the instructions in the manual but still no dice. Thanks
  9. SpiffnZ

    A-29 Super Tucano

    Thank you - much appreciated
  10. SpiffnZ

    A-29 Super Tucano

    Is there a download for this skin?
  11. SpiffnZ

    A-29 Super Tucano

    Thanks ill give it a try
  12. SpiffnZ

    A-29 Super Tucano

    ED seems to be preventing DCS from running the A29 mod in 2.5.6 after updating to 2.7 beta - any tips?
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