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For: Philips ProntoPro NG
By: Gary Morris
HTPC with Mouse Controls and Close Button
My TSU7000 uses learned keys from the Microsoft Keyboard, all of the individual system remotes including the Microsoft Remote and one additional remote that allows 8 direction Mouse Movements and the much desired "close" button. Please note that in order to make this work right, you must purchase the Microsoft Keyboard and Mouse and the USB IR Dongle that comes with it and the Mouse Remote (B001M56DI0) and the USB IR Dongle that comes with it [Link:].
Updated: January 03, 2010  Size: 1.00mb

For: Philips Pronto NG
By: Dave Maxwell
Dave Maxwell's System Layout
This is a complete PCF file with separate hidden pages for the IR codes. Discrete codes for power and input are provided for all devices.
Updated: June 11, 2008  Size: 268kb

For: Philips ProntoPro NG
By: Aldo Morell
Rolex Controller
This is an original system design with custom graphics. The system is activity based, but from each activity section you can switch to another activity, another page of the activity or to a specific device control section. It is so easy to use that my wife says she can finally use the controller. The graphics are based on stainless steel background and gold trim like a Rolex Datejust watch. At the top of the activity pages there are tabs with icons for other activities such as watch DVD, listen to CD, Steam Music etc. On the left side there are tabs with icons for each device. And along the bottom, above the hard button labels, there are tabs with icons for each page of the activity section.
Updated: April 23, 2008  Size: 2.55mbb

For: Philips ProntoPro NG
By: Kevin Magee
Kevin's Brown Pound
Configuration tries to match as closely as possible the actual factory remotes.
Updated: July 30, 2007  Size: 462kb

For: Philips ProntoPro NG
By: Randy Mangoba
Randy Mangoba's Task-Based Setup
This Pronto remote control configuration has a task-based user interface that maximizes ease of use for both casual and advanced users, while providing full access to all the audio/video devices' remote commands for complete end-user control. In addition to useful automated wizards and macros that turn on all the necessary devices and set their inputs and outputs accordingly based on what the user wishes to do, this remote has a number of useful features, including: a tab-based user interface for directly accessing the proper page of a remote device, user-friendly screens with progress bars for long running macros, an "activity" bar at the top of each page containing commonly used commands, extensive help text, a special page for allowing the Pronto's screen to be cleaned, and many more user-friendly features. Buttons are color-coded so that advanced use only functions are colored orange. This configuration is the TSU7000 colored version of the TSU3000 PCF I originally submitted in 2004, but has additional usability enhancements as well as support for significantly many more devices.
Updated: March 23, 2007  Size: 4.94mb

For: Philips ProntoPro NG
By: Richard McLane
Richard's TSU9600 on TSU7000
I really like the simplicity of the TSU9600's design, so I've basically ported it to the TSU7000. This includes new battery icons, sending signal and pages. I've also used Daniel T's help page. I think it passes the babysitter test for ease-of-use!
Updated: December 24, 2006  Size: 1.10mb

For: Philips Pronto NG
By: Aldo Morell
The Morell Family Configuration
This is a complete, multi-room configuration based on Daniel's classic design. The first page of each activity is a simplified, wife-friendly version, the following pages are more complete. A picture-in-picuter section for the Pioneer Plasma TV uses separate pages for each of three consecutive PiP alternatives. There is also a security screen implementation (the code is 326). There are several backgrounds used. The guide button is often used, so it is enlarged and verticle along the lower right corner for ease of access. The DVR in the Study can send it's output to the Gym and bed room where the remote sends control signals via RF.
Updated: December 23, 2006  Size: 844kb

For: Philips ProntoPro NG
By: Chris Morse
Chris Morse's Screen Stars
A very simple big buttoned theme that is easily customisable.
Updated: July 11, 2006  Size: 2.34mb

For: Philips ProntoPro NG
By: Michael Marciante
Michael's Lara Living Room
Complete automated system configuration with discrete power. DVD and CD changer control via pictures for movies and music CDs. TV channel logos included for Adelphia Cable. This started with Mr. Tonks' config as a base, but was customized to my system.
Updated: July 11, 2006  Size: 10.12mb

For: Philips Pronto NG
By: Ralph McCarron
Wolf Video's ProntoNG
v3.0 I used some of Russ's Work plus Tom Uryga's bitmap files. I then started incorporating my own files and used clipart I had. I then also shot digital pictures of my ceiling fans, outdoor bar etc. I found that most PCF files had way too many buttons and were way to cluttered, which I thought made the interface too confusing to use. The coolest thing is to be able to control my electronic vertical blinds, turn on my icicle patio lights, outdoor stainless steel bar blue fluorescent lights, kick on my projector and 92-inch screen and watch movies sitting at my bar outside watching thru my living room window. The home theatre would be nothing without the Pronto! Thanks to everyone in the forum for their help.
Updated: April 07, 2006  Size: 277kb
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