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Xplane 11 Blender Brakes need help

I am modeling the Pipistel virus for Xplane 11 under Blender.
Everything works fine except the differential brakes. The parking brake works well.
The brakes are assigned to the rudder pedals and the data ref is: sim / cockpit2 / controls / left_brake_ratio and sim / cockpit2 / controls / right_brake_ratio.
Everything is in a virus_int.obj object.
The export is done without error, but under Xplane the brakes do not react and the data refs remain at zéro
I'm missing something, but what?
Below are screenshots of obj file, plane maker and blender section

Thanks for your help





Problem solved, it came from a plugin (Xlua) which managed the brakes in parallel.
After removing this plugin, the plane brakes normally
Hello Patrick, I have got some projects that I would like get senior MSFS developers involved in. Please reach me out immediately if you are interested. Thank you!
I'm interested, but first I have to finish my current project and I need to know what project it is