On 10/30/05 08:55 ET, zinon said...
the ProntoPro NG editor, which went through
extensive testing by users here in the community.
I did not know that when I was selling a customer
a $ 1,000.00 Pronto Pro remote that I was part
of a Philips extensive testing program.
I hope that the Pharmaceutical company's and not
doing the same with there products.
What they are saying is that the ProntoEdit NG package that is as solid as the one we (several of us are Beta testers, who just happen to belong to this community) tested for the TSU7000 is now available.
Rest assured, both the 7000 and 3000 editors were beta tested prior to release on the Philips website. I personally have installed and tested both of these prior to release.
Unfortunately, the intro text in post #1 of this thread does not thoroughly explain the history of the editors which can lead to some confusion if you don't check-in to this forum on a regular basis.