Based on a three by three grid, the goal in Galaxy 96 is to get from a single planet surrounded by a swarm of black holes to the reverse: one black hole surrounded by a ring of planets. Each time you click on a planet it, along with the adjacent spaces on the top, bottom, left and right swap their states. Planets change into black holes, and black holes into planets. If you destroy all of your planets you lose, so choose carefully!
This XCF encompasses over 3,300 buttons, 2,800 panels, 500 pages and 8 devices.
Tired of fiddling with teeny tiny channel logos? If you're working on your own remote control layout you may need images that are larger than those typically found on logo websites, ones that are more easily edited to your purposes. This file contains a mix of 111 US and Canadian television logos, in the highest quality form I could locate. The collection is far from complete, it's merely what I was able to find.
In most cases the logos are presented in their original file format - GIF, JPG or PNG - and are completely unprepared for use on any remote control: they will need to be cropped, resized and in some cases edited further. Some logos are medium sized, most are large, and a few are positively gigantic (over 1000 pixels wide)! Previews below are shown far smaller than their actual size.
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)
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.