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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 61 through 70, of 101 available.
Mike Burwen's Updated PCF
Added by Mike Burwen | 2005 | 9,898 views
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This file updates the file entry-24.zip and contains several refinements. The DirecTV HD receiver changes from a Sony to a Samsung model which has a different feature set. The instruction screens have been significantly improved and now incorporate active buttons, enabling the user to activate functions directly from an instruction screen if desired. An X10-based lighting screen has been added.
Designed for:
Philips ProntoPro NG TSU7000 & RU980
Contest Entry #17: Theater Style
Added by Mike James | 2004 | 2,759 views
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My PCF is a device based design split into parts for two rooms of the house. It is set up to keep all devices in sync regardless of whether discrete codes are available.

Each device maintains a theme of stylized rounded buttons using a conistent layout to make it easy to find controls which are common between devices. Each page has a 'Master Off' button which will turn off all equipment related to the device and take you back to the main home page.

I have demonstrated the use of the ProntoPro's translucent capability by using see-through menus for selecting audio, device, D-pad, and lighting settings.

For the cable box device, the menus slide out from the bottom or sides showing simple animation techniques. It works great on the remote, but the simulator causes the screen to flash when changing pages, making the animation less smooth. Delays were added to slow it down in the simulator. These delays are not necessary on the actual remote. I hope you enjoy the graphics and layout design. It was a lot of fun to work on.
Designed for:
Philips ProntoPro NG TSU7000 & RU980
Mike Jenkins' RU950
Added by Mike Jenkins | 2010 | 12,739 views
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An activity-based design using my own graphics, based on a simple black/white scheme to aid visibility on the NG's passive greyscale screen. Contains a selection of SKY UK channel logos.
Designed for:
Philips Pronto NG TSU3000 & RU950
Mike Morrison's Original PCF
Added by Mike Morrison | 2004 | 6,115 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
Contest Entry #34: Envision
Added by Mike Ventimiglia | 2004 | 3,319 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 #23: Sliding Tabs
Added by Mitch Mrvos | 2004 | 2,167 views
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My system design is based in a completely custom operating environment with all custom graphics and animation. It was designed for ease of use and to have a high WAF rating. (That’s Wife Appreciation Factor!) It can operate on either device or action based depending on the user’s preference.

Device based operation is accessible by simply touching the device banner at the top of the screen and selecting the desired device from the list. Action based operation, including system power, is accessed by pressing the home button. The lower left hard action buttons are direct access to a surround mode and a multi zone page. All page navigation within each device can be accessed with either the side toggle or the 4 screen hard buttons, which have selection feedback to identify each page. All page transitions use a simple morphing animation. I believe that the design’s best feature is that my wife actually uses it to control my bedroom system without my help and with very little explanation of how it works.
Designed for:
Philips ProntoPro NG TSU7000 & RU980
Contest Entry #12: Gizmo-Man
Added by Nas Gabelli | 2004 | 2,465 views
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This is my attempt to design a unique configuration for the ProntoPro NG. I like to design devices that look similar to the original remote, so others could operate the remote with ease.

The TOOL, DEVIVE and PAGE# labels have changed cosmetically. HARD-BUTTON 1 through 4 are reserved for instant access to frequently used devices. HOME and HARD-BUTTON 1-4 also function as page down when pressed again.

For additional info, press the [?] button, where available.

Note: Some buttons (lights and scene) are not programmed since there are many different ways to send X-10 signals. Also, toggle lights (in the SCENE section) does not work on current version of emulator(1.0.10.0), but works when downloaded to the ProntoProNG. Please download the PCF file and take a look. Unleash your creativity and copy, modify, add and edit to your liking!
Designed for:
Philips ProntoPro NG TSU7000 & RU980
Nick Allen's Simple PCF
Added by Nick Allen | 2004 | 5,611 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
Paul Antico's Custom Color PCF
Added by Paul Antico | 2004 | 14,599 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
Paul Simms' Noia KDE Theme
Added by Paul Simms | 2005 | 3,979 views
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Based on the "Noia" KDE icon theme, this is a simple activity-based PCF, while allowing the user a reasonable amount of control outside of the activity macros. For activity macros, it is assumed the Display/TV, A/V Receiver and Video Processor are powered on (Use "System On" from the home page) before you invoke the macro. Note: See PCF configuration for device hard button mapping. In general, the button top-left of cursor keys invokes a device's menu and the button bottom-left of cursor keys either discretely exits the menu or browse backwards. All other hard buttons operates based on their icon labels or similar.
Designed for:
Philips ProntoPro NG TSU7000 & RU980
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