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[BUG REPORT] Autobrake does not spring back to OFF after takeoff

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Hello everyone,

As most of you will know, after taking off in the 777, the autobrake knob will spring back to the OFF position (if RTO was set beforehand). In the Prepar3D v4 version, after taking off, the autobrake knob's noise plays and the plane registers that the autobrake is in the off position; however, the visual model is still suck in the RTO position. Right clicking the knob while it's still stuck in the RTO position will mobe it to the DISARM position, as if it were in the OFF position.


Mark Ng / CAG2 [Twitter: cag2yt ] [Creator of FlyLive]

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44 minutes ago, CAG2 said:

Hello everyone,

As most of you will know, after taking off in the 777, the autobrake knob will spring back to the OFF position (if RTO was set beforehand). In the Prepar3D v4 version, after taking off, the autobrake knob's noise plays and the plane registers that the autobrake is in the off position; however, the visual model is still suck in the RTO position. Right clicking the knob while it's still stuck in the RTO position will mobe it to the DISARM position, as if it were in the OFF position.

Yes most of us do know....so why are we making another thread about this? Didn't Robert @ PMDG say it'll be fixed in the next update?


Cheers,
Chris Brand
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