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Andreas Schnitzler's TSU9400
Added by Andreas Schnitzler | 2010 | 8,692 views
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Not perfect at all, but very simple and functional to use. I've tried to "imitate" a typical surface of a standard remote control to one main page for every device in relatively same matter, so that handling is very similar for each device. Most of them can be changed simply by associating the right database item, the others have a hidden, relatively complete learned device page. Second, for some devices is added a very useful "ABC"-page (eg., to give recordings a title), so one must not type the numbers every time. The layout is a little bit small, so one might prefer using the stick, but fingertip works mostly with not too big fingers.
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Philips Pronto Professional TSU9400
Andy's iMac-Style Remote
Added by andye26 | 2013 | 7,359 views
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Converted from my TSU7000 to suit my TSU9400. Most of the graphics have stayed the same, just a few tweeks needed here and there, also found PEP3 a bit tricky to get my head around at first.

I've had this file kicking around for a couple of years (should of shared it earlier) but recently needed to make some changes to it so thought now would be a good time.
Designed for:
Philips Pronto Professional TSU9400
Audrey's TSU9400
Added by Audrey | 2008 | 11,483 views
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My TSU9400 v1 design builds on Edward Lee’s iPhone interface and combines custom buttons with stock Pronto elements and components from Daniel Tonks, etal. The design does not break new ground; however, it does achieve my goal of minimizing the number of screen changes with minimum clutter. FYI... the interface may appear dark in the simulator; design elements were darkened to compensate for the 9400’s screen brightness.
Designed for:
Philips Pronto Professional TSU9400
Aura Contest Entry Update
Added by Noel Blackman | 2008 | 5,887 views
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An update to my Pronto Professional contest entry with changes made to the buttons transparency so they work correctly. The buttons worked perfect in the emulator, but not on the actual remote as 100% transparent areas are ignored. This caused 90%+ of the buttons in Aura to not respond. All have been fixed and tested to work perfectly. If you have any questions, please let me know.
Designed for:
Philips Pronto Professional TSU9600
Australian FTA and Foxtel Configuration v2.1
Added by Peter Fullerton | 2013 | 38,965 views
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Changes in version 2.1 are minimal: (1) all Foxtel logos and changed channel numbers updated, (2) all Foxtel logos included in appendix file, (3) some minor changes in channel lineup in "Watch" pages, and (4) one new equipment change. As before, legacy equipment codes also included. (Previous update was August 2011.) Requires PEP1.
Designed for:
Philips Pronto Professional TSU9400
Australian TSU9400 Integrating HAI Pronto Link API
Added by whistle4me | 2011 | 12,511 views
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I thank the Remote Central users (too many to mention here) who have provided the inspiration of my design. Credit also to HAI Team in New Orleans who provide their Pronto-Link API code to enable full use of my network connected HAI Omni IIe controller. The HAI provided
ProntoScript allows full control of my home automation system without navigating through the HAI Controller activity on the Pronto.

Having some difficulties integrating the Popcorn Hour C200 – not all codes want to work but I WILL sort them out! All other devices work fine, the HAI Pronto-Link particularly well.

This TSU9400 design is a WIP (aren’t they all?) but I thought it time I gave back.
Designed for:
Philips Pronto Professional TSU9400
Bill Richardson's TSU9400
Added by Bill Richardson | 2008 | 7,216 views
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Very functional configuration for the TSU9400. Imported from the TSU7000.
Designed for:
Philips Pronto Professional TSU9400
Bill Richardson's TSU9800
Added by Bill Richardson | 2010 | 16,233 views
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A simple XCF file for the Pronto TSU9800. This file also works for the TSU9600.
Designed for:
Philips Pronto Professional TSU9800
Blaez's Device Based XCF File
Added by Blaez | 2007 | 12,190 views
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If you were previously using a remote like the Pronto TSU2000, which we were using before upgrading to the TSU9600, then you may have gotten used to going to individual devices that were actually the remotes for the equipment in your system. This system XCF file is based on running all devices with macros, but having a remote available for fine tuning all aspects of the device being used, as well as using buttons to get back and forth between devicess, like Cable and TV. All device remotes can also easily be accessed from a menu page of Devices on the Home Menu. There is an included Help File that explains the remote's use and functions to all users. Elements used were simply from the ProntoEdit Professional program and the "onlyoneremote.com" web site.
Designed for:
Philips Pronto Professional TSU9600
Blue v3.0
Added by ScottGrimes | 2011 | 17,258 views
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I completely overhauled my interface (previously XPronto SCUBA Edition) in an attempt to make the remote easier for my wife to use.

I've modeled my Home/Splash screen after the HTC Hero phone with a large digital clock and current weather conditions. You can go to the full 5-day forecast (located in a different activity) by pressing on the weather icon area.

The main activities page incorporates large icons to quickly and easily navigate to the device you wish to control. I have incorporated both device and state tracking. This allows you to navigate to settings (audio and video) or weather sections and quickly return to your current device. The device state tracking will keep track of witch inputs you are using for both the display and receiver. If you navigate to either the display input section of receiver input section, a blue light will be displayed on the input button for your current device.

The animation for the 'Making system adjustments' and 'Shutting the system down' sections turned out quite nicely. There is both a blue ball that travels from the remote icon to the screen as well as a fuzzy white pulse that travels along the progress bar as commands are being sent... (more)
Designed for:
Philips Pronto Professional TSU9600
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