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In this section: Our complete collection of system files for all graphical remote control models from URC, with bitmaps, macros and commands.
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Touchscreen Remotes - System Layout Files
Displaying entries 31 through 40, of 101 available.
Glen Munro's Custom MX-3000
Added by Glen Munro | 2004 | 4,001 views
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This is a system setup for all Pioneer Elite gear with a Scientific Atlantic HD/PVR. The backgrounds I have made are really nice to look at. I have a hidden button on the main page for remote credits. All buttons have been custom made specifically for this template. Lot of love went into this one.
Designed for:
URC Complete Control MX-3000
Glen Munro's Second System
Added by Glen Munro | 2005 | 7,040 views
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This is a complete system file designed around the Anthem Statement Equipment. Very simple layout with great contrast.
Designed for:
URC Complete Control MX-3000
Home Automation with an MX-3000
Added by Greg Francis | 2008 | 27,127 views
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I've been a computer programmer for longer than I care to admit. It took some time to get used to the development environment for the MX-3000, but this forum helped a LOT. I'm finally posting my RCC file that controls all electronics and lights in my house, inside and out. Many of my controls for the various devices I borrowed from various posts here. I even took some digital pics my rooms and of some of my remotes to put them in the remote either as backgrounds or to use for buttons. I also tried to standardize the layout somewhat, almost every screen has a return arrow in the lower left to go to the previous screen, each room has a lights button in the middle of the bottom edge, each room has a power on/off button in the lower right, each lights screen has an All Off button. I used a lot of variables to determine which devices were on, and each light has its own variable so when it is off the slider is red and to the left, when it is on it is green and to the right. I use X-10 modules for the holiday lights and then hide those buttons during the off season. I even have a Packer G icon on the main page which brings up the schedule with buttons on each game to switch to the proper... (more)
Designed for:
URC Complete Control MX-3000
Contest Entry #17: Apple OS-mX
Added by Ian Duncan | 2005 | 3,475 views
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I wanted to design an interface that had the look and feel of an Apple OS. It needed to be clean, sophisticated, and most of all easy for the end user.

It is an activity based remote so the user will be "greeted" and the system will turn on with a macro. Then they will choose a source to watch, listen to, or control. All which will be done with a macro to change the Display and AV Receiver to the right input.

What makes my design unique is over all look of the remote. The blue and silver colors of the GUI make great contrast with the physical look of the remote, and are aesthetically pleasing to the eye. The use of .PNG graphics is a great improvement on the original versions of URC software, and I utilized the alpha transparent graphics throughout the whole GUI. The ability to have smooth rounded edges is great and really looks slick when downloaded to the remote. I also included a camera device. In the case of using a Quad you can take a digital picture of what the camera is seeing, and have a macro set that picture up on the display in the room. It makes this easy for the end user and a good alternative to an expensive video capable touchscreen. Also included are some... (more)
Designed for:
URC Complete Control MX-3000
Contest Entry #33: Multi-Zone Serenity
Added by Jack Podplesky | 2005 | 2,219 views
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Features I believe to be unique are:
  • Integration to my X10 system, being able to control any light in my house including my sprinkler system via the MX3000
  • By using variables it is not necessary to have discreet power codes, the MX3000 knows the power state of each device. It is not necessary to turn on all components and the MX3000 knows which units to turn off.
  • The System Lock (code is 4294) which inhibits unauthorized use of the MX3000
  • The Admin Lock (code is 3849) which keeps the non-daily used functions on the remote but safely protected


The system controls equipment in 3 different locations in 3 different viewing locations.
Designed for:
URC Complete Control MX-3000
James' TruMedia Layout
Added by James Trujillo | 2008 | 10,049 views
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A simplefied, original user interface that can be expanded upon. Note that older MX-3000s might have a hard time with the PNG files used in this template.
Designed for:
URC Complete Control MX-3000
Jeff Grissett's Complete Layout
Added by Jeff Grissett | 2004 | 8,193 views
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A complete system setup for the following components.
Designed for:
URC Complete Control MX-3000
Jim Wood's HTM MX-3000
Added by Jim Wood | 2004 | 13,730 views
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A complete system setup for the following components.
Designed for:
URC Complete Control MX-3000
Black on Black
Added by John Whytsell | 2006 | 11,845 views
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With the exception of the Main Page buttons, the buttons are all original. I use alot of variables to show buttons green or red for on or off. Also used variables to "know" device power states.
Designed for:
URC Complete Control MX-3000
Jordan Marion's Airplane RCC
Added by Jordan Marion | 2004 | 2,822 views
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This is my updated MX-3000 file with animated gifs, color channel icons and movie sound files.
Designed for:
URC Complete Control MX-3000
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