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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 screen usage with most major devices only one button press away, or go to the Home page for a larger selection. A consistent flow pattern throughout all devices.
Things you won’t find are background graphics that “compete” with the buttons and ‘cosmetic” animations that get very boring after seeing them every day.
Nothing has been done with beep sounds as I am hard of hearing and don’t even know they're there.