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This personal PCF file for the Philips Pronto TSU7000 is a mixture between Daniel's beautiful layout and some homemade graphics. The layout, with the devices on the left margin and the tv providers/programs on the upper mergin, is very simple. Especially for German owners of a color ProntoNG the channel logos (Arena and Premiere Pay-TV included) should be interesting.
An updated activity based Tropical themed TSU7000 config. This update is to include a bunch of new AV equipment. Still a true one touch config that does not need to ask the user any questions to switch from 1 activity to another. Most pages are hidden to simply the user experience. So easy to use that vistors have zero problems with 1st usage. Feel free to try it and offer your feedback!
To help coax my family into using the Pronto rather than the collection of various TV, Cable, Xbox etc. remotes, I decided to exactly duplicate each remote on the Pronto. This PCF file contains the two I've photographed and edited into working buttons so far. There are two sizes of button for each device, the smaller version allows space for a row of buttons across the bottom of the screen. By the way, the idea worked! :-)
First of all, a big thank you to Mike Ventimiglia's and his 'Envision' which was the inspiration for my first Pronto NG setup. I however had to start from scratch for backgrounds and menu buttons so I could customise everything for my equipment (Sky+ etc). In keeping with a simple layout I don't think I need to explain how this setup works, if I needed to do that the remote would be too hard to operate I feel. Plus I think you'll enjoy exploring the menus yourselves. I have designed everything so you can never really get 'lost'. Some of the features though, include: 1) Colour coded backgrounds for each area so you know where you are at a glance. 2) All devices can be fully operated from one screen. 3) Over 20 custom made 'menu' buttons each with a pressed and released state. 4) Very clear and intuative layout making it easy for anyone to operate and reduce the chance of getting lost. 5) A nice little animation of sorts as the system is turned on and off. There are a couple of things I have not finished yet. If anyone would like a photoshop psd file of the master menu button or background so you can quickly make your own changes to suit your equipment (replace pictures of my amp/plasma etc with ones of your own) then please feel free to email me.