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In this section: These systems employ completely original artwork for a truly unique remote control layout. Also includes entries from The 2004 Great ProntoPro NG TSU7000 PCF design contest.

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Original Design Systems
Displaying entries 41 through 50, of 101 available.
John Brandt's Custom PCF
Added by John Brandt | 2004 | 6,384 views
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A pretty clean setup with mostly original buttons (except for the favorite icons and the help pages which were "borrowed"). The unique part is the NFL setup: I've filled in the entire DirecTV NFL Sunday Ticket 2004/2005 regular season schedule by week, with icons for each team. The icons are linked to channel buttons to allow simultaneous control of two TVs for "Picture and Picture" action every Sunday.
Designed for:
Philips Pronto NG TSU3000 & RU950
Paul Antico's Custom Color PCF
Added by Paul Antico | 2004 | 9,537 views
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This is version 2.0 of my configuration. It uses a clean, crisp 100% custom graphic design (with the exception of corporate logos.) It is designed for a new home theater I built, and includes some new components. I kept the pages for the old components in there for people's reference as well. The only difference between this and my operating config is the removal of some personal family-related graphics.
Designed for:
Philips ProntoPro NG TSU7000 & RU980
Mike Morrison's Original PCF
Added by Mike Morrison | 2004 | 4,010 views
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This is my 2nd attempt at creating a PCF for the 7000. With this attempt, I have created most of the buttons myself. I did use Scott Harris' DirecTV icons (thanks Scott!) and borrowed from Jon Linville's DVD jukebox template. Besides borrowing from these sources, the rest is all mine. I am using many of the popular glass style buttons as well as a carbon fiber look for the DVD interface. The 400 disc jukebox has an alpha, numerical, music DVD, and sacd search engine. Most of the buttons have a "stamped imprinted" style lettering and symbols. Also, there are many one button steps for selecting HD and standard def programming.
Designed for:
Philips ProntoPro NG TSU7000 & RU980
Brooks Flynn's Wake Forest PCF
Added by Brooks Flynn | 2004 | 7,908 views
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This PCF would have been better had they not lost to St. Joes, but includes discretes for TV, CD, and DVD, plus original basketball buttons, ref jerseys, player jerseys and hand drawn home court floor!
Designed for:
Philips ProntoPro NG TSU7000 & RU980
Rob Hix's Custom PCF
Added by Rob Hix | 2004 | 6,558 views
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A complete WHOLE HOUSE remote file that addresses the Kitchen, Theater, Family Room, Bedroom, and Distributed Music. Artwork is original with large, high-contrast images for easy viewing. The file addresses multiple DVD players, DirecTV HD and standard receivers, TiVo, two Denon receivers, several HD and analog TVs, etc. NOTE: Use the "Home" button to navigate between rooms.
Designed for:
Philips Pronto NG TSU3000 & RU950
Michael Burwen's Custom TSU3000
Added by Michael Burwen | 2004 | 6,779 views
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This is a revision of my previously submitted file. It makes better use of graphic icons for buttons and cleans up some inconsistencies in my previous upload. The principal design objective here was to make the screen as legible as possible given the rather dim nature of the TSU3000. I have been testing various screen icons and layouts on several people and feel that older users find it easier to use this schema than the more elegant 3D designs. Another objective was to make use the hard buttons: the row of buttons under the screen is used exclusively for navigating between screens.
Designed for:
Philips Pronto NG TSU3000 & RU950
Nick Allen's Simple PCF
Added by Nick Allen | 2004 | 3,649 views
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This is an original system PCF, designed to be extremely simple to use. I have found that while looking awesome, a lot of the configuration files are difficult to operate. It doesn't look fancy, but it works. Not all codes are on here, again as I wanted a simple program. The bitmaps I have used are simple too, therefore my complete file is only 23k which means it is quick in operation. Macros work from the home page to switch products on without having to go through power up processes.
Designed for:
Philips Pronto NG TSU3000 & RU950
Gerald Maxwell's Layout
Added by Gerald Maxwell | 2004 | 1,333 views
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A neat GUI that I snagged from GUIStuff.com, so I can't take credit for any of the graphic work other than remote buttons. The rest is a complete file, including macros already set up - simply drop in your IR commands and you "should" be ready to go! Drop a line on the email to let me know what you think... Thanks!
Designed for:
Philips Pronto NG TSU3000 & RU950
Contest Entry #34: Envision
Added by Mike Ventimiglia | 2004 | 2,263 views
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THIRD PLACE WINNER! Envision is a totally new way to look at the Philips Pronto. The first version encompasses a completely overhauled interface to the remote. Rather than stressing on unneeded functions, the minimal technical design makes way for increased aesthetic appeal.

The typical TSU7000 interface was removed in a favor of a more user friendly environment. In the future, this design will be enhanced and made available.
Designed for:
Philips ProntoPro NG TSU7000 & RU980
Contest Entry #01: Perforated Metal
Added by David Beck | 2004 | 2,679 views
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RUNNER UP! I have put a lot of thought into the layout of my PCF design and I think it makes good use of the Pronto NG’s color capabilities without being gratuitously flashy. I wanted to give the design a sense of spatial depth and for it to have an industrial feel, like it was actually made of materials that would be used to construct an RC device, but I also wanted it to have a slightly surreal quality to make it fun to use.

The design incorporates both “activity” and “device” concepts. The “cinema” pages, for example, execute macro events where audio, video and lighting adjustments will automatically be made. If however you wish to make an adjustment to the picture or sound qualities during these macro events, the “remotes” button will allow access to individual device control.

While the file is large (please be patient while loading!!!) and the design contains a number of hidden and (seemingly) redundant pages, these were necessary for proper navigation. For example, when selecting the “TV” button on the “remotes” page to access the TV remote, the appropriate “source” button (DVD, VHS, etc…) on the TV remote page will be dimmed depending on... (more)
Designed for:
Philips ProntoPro NG TSU7000 & RU980
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