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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.
Contest Entry #31: Quicksilver
Added by Adam Bursey | 2004 | 1,528 views
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This layout is an evolution of my TSU3000 layout. It is activity-based and makes heavy use of macros to control my two zones of equipment and home automation. The layout of hard and soft buttons for each device follows a pattern, making it fairly simple to learn to use. There is a help screen for each device. The skin is based a concept of liquid metal.
Designed for:
Philips ProntoPro NG TSU7000 & RU980
Contest Entry #32: Beane Design
Added by Suzanne Chanesman | 2004 | 1,281 views
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My design is different in that it only includes items that are used by an average user. No need to clutter or confuse.
Designed for:
Philips ProntoPro NG TSU7000 & RU980
Contest Entry #33: Heavy Blue
Added by Jon Linville | 2004 | 1,343 views
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This is a PCF file that I designed 100%. It contains many devices and has a consistent easy-to-use layout throughout. The system page contains a modified version of the chrome Pronto symbol that is used as a home page button. There are two satellite boxes, each with all available DirecTV channel icons, as well as channel icons for my cable TV channels - located in the TV device. The DVD jukebox contains jackets for over 300 DVDs and allow you to jump directly to that disc. The CD jukebox currently has a sample page with CD jackets, I haven't loaded my changer yet. In the discrete codes section there are macros to get to any of the 400 discs in the DVD jukebox and the 400 discs in the CD jukebox.

The file is large, but will download to the remote and simulates very well. The learning curve is very small. Enjoy it!
Designed for:
Philips ProntoPro NG TSU7000 & RU980
Contest Entry #34: Envision
Added by Mike Ventimiglia | 2004 | 2,224 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
Craig Nix's Media Center PCF
Added by Craig Nix | 2005 | 2,506 views
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This is my first version for the TSU7000. Most of the systems I am involved with include Windows Media Centers, so you will find this one operates primarily focused on a system built around MCE 2005. If you are familiar with MCE though, you know that HDTV isn't one of it's key features, so this setup has an easy ability built in to switch back and forth from HDTV to MCE. Most artwork was designed and done by me, so be kind, but I hope you like it. First one is the hardest, stay tuned, they will get better from here.
Designed for:
Philips ProntoPro NG TSU7000 & RU980
Craig Nix's v2.0 PCF
Added by Craig Nix | 2006 | 5,544 views
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This time around I wanted to keep it simple and clean looking. Most remotes I program are for systems utilizing Media Center computers so there is the ability to switch to MCE in every screen. Once designed in this simplified looking way though, my next challenge was to secure the program by adding in a combination lock function to get into the learning and set-up functions of the remote. If someone is to download this and try to access the programming mode of the remote, they would need to toggle the screens to the right until they get to a programming access screen and enter in the code of 2006 in the on-screen keypad. This then opens up the programming mode. Very simplistic, but it keeps a customer out of relearning a particular button on an individual screen. All button functions that the customers access reference buttons on programming/learning pages that are hidden, so that reprogramming is more simple. Enjoy! More to come....
Designed for:
Philips ProntoPro NG TSU7000 & RU980
Daniel's Color TSU7000 Layout
Added by Daniel Tonks | 2008 | 44,840 views
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v1.06 This is it - my personal PCF file for the Philips ProntoPro NG TSU7000 color touchscreen LCD remote control. This completely original and full-screen interface is based on my black-and-white layout for the Pronto NG TSU3000, but is not merely a colorization of that design. In this version I've concentrated on making the layout quicker to navigate (no more home page), easier for others to modify, and far more versatile.

Sporting 6 zones with over 42 full device configurations complete with separate code pages with discretes, this setup makes liberal use of hard buttons, a quick main task bar to the left and a sub-task/device bar on top. Also new is a status line with the time, date, battery level and device name, two buttons that can be used for page history or device switching, plus better page numbering.

Additional features include Rogers VIP and HDTV digital cable and off-air HDTV television surfing guides for the Toronto, Canada area, an interactive lighting device, hard button help page and my Galaxy NG puzzle game.

Included as hidden devices in this file is a gallery which includes over 1000 original graphics that can be used to completely customize this... (more)
Designed for:
Philips ProntoPro NG TSU7000 & RU980
Daniel's TSU3000 Configuration
Added by Daniel Tonks | 2003 | 22,684 views
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v1.02 This completely original and full-screen design builds on my previous layouts, but features a new concept with quick-switching to any system device, plus page navigation via hard buttons. Although the layout can be used without a home page, one is still included.

Sporting 23 full device configurations with seperate code pages, this setup makes liberal use of hard buttons along with a quick task bar on the left. Other features include cable TV icons for the Toronto area, an interactive lighting device, multi-room control, and "pressed" states for all buttons.

Included as a hidden device is a huge button gallery with many original graphics not used in the actual layout. For example you'll find 80+ large device icons, 70+ small icons, 120+ text object and much more! Please read the README file for important information.
Designed for:
Philips Pronto NG TSU3000 & RU950
Daniel's TSU3000 Configuration (Alternative)
Added by Daniel Tonks | 2003 | 1,807 views
v1.02 Is your computer having trouble opening my PCF file? Here are three alternative smaller versions that might help. Includes a file with only the gallery, a file with everything but the gallery, and a stripped file with only the core system. Same description, devices and screenshots as the above file.
Designed for:
Philips Pronto NG TSU3000 & RU950
David Shaw's Dark PCF
Added by David Shaw | 2003 | 7,706 views
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Here is my Midnite PCF (black ground with lite colored buttons) for the Pronto 3000. The buttons are all original (except for a couple that I borrowed elsewhere). All the buttons have been tweaked for display on the remote. It has several wait pages for when a long macro plays. All devices have discrete power on and off. I have duplicated the cursor buttons on a lot of the screens because the wife has trouble pushing the "Hard" buttons with her arthritus.
Designed for:
Philips Pronto NG TSU3000 & RU950
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