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v5.03 Made some layout and funtionality changes, for easier handling. Added new components. Contains a large image library of fullscreen background images. And lots of new custom made buttons and modified buttons. New HD digital sound format logos. Some minor tweaks and fixes, and some cleaned up codes!
v1.06 This is it - my personal PCF file for the Philips ProntoPro NG TSU7000 color touchscreen LCD remote control. This completely original and full-screen interface is based on my black-and-white layout for the Pronto NG TSU3000, but is not merely a colorization of that design. In this version I've concentrated on making the layout quicker to navigate (no more home page), easier for others to modify, and far more versatile.
Sporting 6 zones with over 42 full device configurations complete with separate code pages with discretes, this setup makes liberal use of hard buttons, a quick main task bar to the left and a sub-task/device bar on top. Also new is a status line with the time, date, battery level and device name, two buttons that can be used for page history or device switching, plus better page numbering.
Additional features include Rogers VIP and HDTV digital cable and off-air HDTV television surfing guides for the Toronto, Canada area, an interactive lighting device, hard button help page and my Galaxy NG puzzle game.
Included as hidden devices in this file is a gallery which includes over 1000 original graphics that can be used to completely customize this... (more)
This is version 1.4 of my iPhone-esque design for the ProntoPro NG, but now includes the new iPod Touch Interface! The iPhone interface is still tucked away in the PCF though for purists. During the design, I found that much of the interface needed to be modified to fit the needs of a remote control, so it's not so much a complete copy of the iPhone/iPod Touch interface, but more my interpretation. This file includes updated reflective graphics from the original version of my PCF. Also includes new battery icons and new headers. I am also including the Photoshop files of each icon set in the ZIP file for those wanting more flexibility in creating their own icons, channel buttons, transports, etc.
I hope you enjoy this amazing PCF designed by COUILLEROT and the French team from Homecinema-fr.com! (Amplifier, DVD, HD-DVD, BRD, Lights, TNT, Projector, Divx, Freebox, PS3, xBOX, SAT, DVD recorder...)
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.
I saw some layouts that used tabs for component pages, and I thought that was a brilliant idea. So here is my latest layout that was made with ease of use in mind, and of course tabs. The style of this setup borrows from some skins I made a few years back called "burning the house down".
I know I'm a bit late to be jumping on the tsu3000 customization bandwagon, but I just got mine 2 weeks ago! This is a port from the classic Thredz theme. I knew when I found out there was a remote like the Pronto TSU3000, I would have to get one and make a Thredz theme. This PCF was made only for the TSU3000, but the elements that construct each screen can be easily reconfigured and moved around so that anyone can make their own version of the same idea.