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This file was made to be simple enough for all to use. It takes care of all the functions in my houe including my MCE PC which is used as my HTPC. Soon I will post a file which is multi room. I tried to combin all the best elements from what I have seen on here and bring it into one. It works quite well for my needs.
This PCF has alot of cable channels programmed under the "Surf" button on the cable page, as well as a dozen music channels for easy access. Below each system power button is a small power plug icon for turning the TV alone off while listening and not watching. Very useful for saving bulbs. There are instructions included as to how to program this remote to work with most systems, provided you're using a reciever as your switching unit. Thanks to everyone here for the graphics and especially Daniel for all his hard work. Most of what you see on this PCF is from his file.
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.
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....