Ok, I'm going to proudly (and modestly) proclaim this, version 4 of my RC9200 CCF, very good indeed. It includes enhanced 'selected' button graphics, highlighted menus, nearly 100 UK channel icons (categorised), discrete & toggle power menus, very logical layout & quick operation, new device buttons, an A-Z DVD library, and more... Try it, I think you'll love it!
Changing my old Pronto RU990 to the TSU9400 with its more numerous hard buttons allowed me remove the tabs on each page, and finally make full use of the screen. In this I've made sure all my components' functions fit on 1 page, (with a seperate page for each zone on my AV Amplifier), whilst keeping the button sizes larger and more attractive than I've used before. I've kept the system area as small as is practical.
I've also made use of Pronto scripts to cater for short/long presses of the power button (on/off) and page scrolling of the Sky and Freeview TV guides using the rotary wheel. Every device is accessible from the home page, and I've PIN protected power to the projector (The PIN is 5555 on this version). You'll find every IR code you can think of for each of the devices, including the commands used in all 4 zones for the Denon AV amplifier. Hope it's useful.
This is an extensive update to my previous PCF. I have changed a few of my components, and thought it was time to give the graphics and functionality some development time. Pop-up screens now appear telling you what the remote is doing during macros. High quality images of each component appear as they are turned on / off. There are 3 viewing modes: Full AV with TV, Full AV with Projector, and TV Only. A PIN is requiired to prevent unauthorised use of the projector (the PIN for this upload is 5555). The Plasma only mode is now completly isolated and smarter looking. The page tabs have been cleaned up and the top area of the screen is more logically laid out. Finally, the 5 activity groups (Power, Audio, TV, Projector, Device) have a different image when selected to stand out better. I spent far too much time on this! Hope you find it useful!