Try applying the brakes using the default keyboard key [Num DEL], and use [CTRL] + [Num DEL] to toggle the parking brake. Also, look at the command assignments you have on your rudder pedals or joystick buttons if you are appplying the brakes with those.
For rudder pedals you should assign LEFT BRAKE AXIS and RIGHT BRAKE AXIS to the toe brakes.
I can't think of any reason for that as they should only be controllable via the EFB. I'd suggest getting in touch with the support team so they can investigate: https://support.justflight.com/support/tickets/new
[Edit: I've just seen that you already have this one sorted. However, in case anyone else needs it, here is the post I wrote in reponse to the nav lights and rotating beacon...]
Page 10 of the manual is wrong re: the nav lights (I have sent JF a support ticket about this). They are controlled by the rheostat switch on the left of the lighting panel (page 21 of the manual).
When the nav lights are switched on, the rotating beacon comes on, too. (Thank you to @RetiredMan93231 for telling me about that one - unfortunately, the manual doesn't mention the rotating beacon at all.)
The anti-collision rocker switch controls only the strobe.
@Delta558 said in Stall:
quires roughly half the aft range of trim
I'm really struggling to enter a stall but never flown a Warrior in real life. What would be the best way to enter a stall in this aircraft in the sim? Is it difficult to stall in sim because of limitations with MSFS?
Thanks for your help.