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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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Claudio Santulli's Current PCF
Added by Claudio Santulli | 2008 | 24,979 views
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v5.03 Made some layout and funtionality changes, for easier handling. Added new components. Contains a large image library of fullscreen background images. And lots of new custom made buttons and modified buttons. New HD digital sound format logos. Some minor tweaks and fixes, and some cleaned up codes!
Designed for:
Philips ProntoPro NG TSU7000 & RU980
Claudio Santulli's Former PCF
Added by Claudio Santulli | 2005 | 9,601 views
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v1.36 Includes useful discrete codes for the LG plasma not present in the discrete archive. This file is rather large because it's got a lot of extra fullscreen background pictures, along with all former Dutch channel icons and a lot of trimmed buttons.
Designed for:
Philips ProntoPro NG TSU7000 & RU980
Craig Nix's Media Center PCF
Added by Craig Nix | 2005 | 3,787 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 | 8,528 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 | 66,079 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 | 34,284 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 | 2,707 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
Contest Entry #04: Clean & Simple
Added by Dave D'Arche | 2004 | 2,863 views
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I have developed a very clean, simple and neat Activity-based configuration, which is also fully functional. It features simple custom graphics and custom-labeled buttons. In addition, it includes my first attempt to develop a transport graphic which was derived from a digital photograph, from one of my OEM remotes. My configuration features 100% .png graphics which all utilize a transparent background, for that custom look. My .pcf features 10 devices on 42 pages. The Yamaha device contains some 30 + discrete codes.
Designed for:
Philips ProntoPro NG TSU7000 & RU980
Contest Entry #01: Perforated Metal
Added by David Beck | 2004 | 3,487 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
Contest Entry #02: For Ever Blue
Added by David Shaw | 2004 | 2,331 views
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RUNNER UP! This PCF is a modified version of the one I use on my remote. It has continued to change and be enhanced almost every day for two months! Most of the buttons have been redone several times to look right on the actual remote. Things you might miss a first glance are:



  • Buttons that blend into the background (on the side and top bars).
  • Shadows on some buttons and text. On the actual remote the home page buttons actually seem to float above the background.
  • In the “Power Center”, rocker switches that seem to work when pressed.
  • All buttons have a “pressed” state.
  • “Filmstrip” Dish Network TV icons on the favorite pages
  • “Visual” independent lighting control for the Home Theatre.
  • Password protection lockout sample on the home page; click on the padlock.
  • Animated countdown timers runs in macros, giving user feedback to wait.
  • Magnifying glass on help page.
  • A tools “mini remote” page for the basic TV and AV receiver functions from most devices.
  • Cursor buttons on the screen as well as the hard buttons. My wife likes the soft buttons and I like the hard buttons. One remote does it both ways!
  • Full... (more)
  • Designed for:
    Philips ProntoPro NG TSU7000 & RU980
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