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* Pronto Timer for TSU9600 and TSU9400 *
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Post 31 made on Monday December 7, 2009 at 10:26
albani
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Hello!

Ok, i wait for a new version then.

Got any date yet for this too be released? :)

Great program btw!
Post 32 made on Thursday December 24, 2009 at 00:03
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On December 7, 2009 at 07:35, Schmuzli said...
Hello Albani
This is a known bug in Version ProntoTimer94-1.1.As updates always involve a lot of work I would like to suggest you that you wait for version 2.0, which will be available to you soon (free of charge).

The latest version 2.0 ist ready and the testers have given me a lot of good input to make the time more functional and usable. I am updating the installation guide and then I will post the new version: I ask you for your patience.
Best regards

Good to know this is solved in V2.0! I am also stuck with the same bug.
V2.0 Looks great and will be a great improvement.
Happy Holidays, Ran
Post 33 made on Saturday December 26, 2009 at 23:54
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On December 7, 2009 at 07:35, Schmuzli said...
The latest version 2.0 ist ready and the testers have given me a lot of good input to make the time more functional and usable. I am updating the installation guide and then I will post the new version: I ask you for your patience.
Best regards

It would be really great if you had a default values page so if the device goes out of power and then is charged an powered up again the default timers would be added and activated instead of having to do it manually all over again.
Thanks, Ran
OP | Post 34 made on Thursday December 31, 2009 at 12:36
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Hello Ran,
thanks for this advice. I will add this "default value" functionality. So it will be possible to define with PEP2 default time values, weekdays and On/Off states. As soon as the Pronto starts up, it will use these values if they has been defined.

Best regards
Post 35 made on Tuesday January 5, 2010 at 23:51
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On December 31, 2009 at 12:36, Schmuzli said...
Hello Ran,
thanks for this advice. I will add this "default value" functionality. So it will be possible to define with PEP2 default time values, weekdays and On/Off states. As soon as the Pronto starts up, it will use these values if they has been defined.

Best regards

Great!
Thanks.
OP | Post 36 made on Thursday January 14, 2010 at 06:17
Schmuzli
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ProntoTimer 2.0 online now!

Never before have I been quite so thrilled to poste my news: the update that I have promised you for weeks now is finally available to you. The work involved has taken up more of my time and energy than I had anticipated, but better later than never! I rebuilt the timer from scratch. The GUI has been redeveloped to go easy on the CPU performance and it shows:the response of the user interface is a lot faster, now!

Thanks to the last PEP2.4.18 update the installation of the time has become more user friendly once more, as well. Please update your PEP2 since your ProntoTimer94-2.0.xcf cannot be opened otherwise. The firmware of your TSU should be lifted to version 7.2.22. With the restart of your timer the properties stored in your PEP2 are automatically loaded as promised.

You can download the timers from my website and test the new functionality without UNLOCK code to get an idea how performant the new version is.

Special thanks to all the testers and inputs I've got here in this forum (Especially to Nick, Mark, rbroudo and multimedia)

Have fun!!

Post 37 made on Thursday January 14, 2010 at 10:33
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Hi Schmuzli,

This is great news!

I have the older version of the software. Is the upgrade free?

Cheers, Lee
OP | Post 38 made on Friday January 15, 2010 at 04:55
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Hi Lee

Unfortunately I cannot offere the update 2.0 for free. I would like to offer to those users that have bought a previous version that they can get the update for half the price. All existing customers are being contacted via e-mail and informed about the offer via e-mail. Thank you for your understanding.

regards, Schmuzli
OP | Post 39 made on Tuesday February 2, 2010 at 12:10
Schmuzli
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Additional Feature:

You may feel you want to know when exactly your timer was triggered.
Especially the sunset and sunrise timer work with variables that make it difficult to determine what hides beneath. For this reason an entry is added to the log each time a timer is being triggered.



You can call the log by simply applying the buttons backlight+menue+firm2.
The entries in your log will remain even if you restart the TSU.

You can also easily update your configuration:
Download the latest version of the ProntoTimer. It doesn’t matter if you own a TSU9400 or a TSU9600, just open the configuration with the PEP2.

If you have activated the advanced modus (Tool à Option à General Settings à Advanced view) you can see the ProntoScript libraries ch.rothmediatechnik.ProntoTimer Version 2.1.

You may open your configuratio that way and download it to the TSU: that’s all.

Enjoy your tuned TSU device and have fun with it.
OP | Post 40 made on Thursday February 25, 2010 at 11:34
Schmuzli
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For interested check out the new manual.

ProntoTimer_Instructions_2.1.pdf
Post 41 made on Sunday May 1, 2011 at 21:22
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On February 25, 2010 at 11:34, Schmuzli said...
For interested check out the new manual.

ProntoTimer_Instructions_2.1.pdf

Hello, here I am interested ProntoTimer, tell me how I should do to you buy it, I have a Pronto TSU9600, I'm sorry for the translation, I hope to have ProntoTimer, I thank you in advance, soon .
Post 42 made on Monday May 2, 2011 at 17:58
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Hi Alain,

I know that the website of schmuzli is out of order for the moment. Just send him a PM.
Post 43 made on Saturday May 14, 2011 at 06:31
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On May 2, 2011 at 17:58, multimedia said...
Hi Alain,

I know that the website of schmuzli is out of order for the moment. Just send him a PM.

Hello and thank you I sent him a PM, @ +
Post 44 made on Monday May 16, 2011 at 12:12
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Hebergement gratuit d'image et photo
hello,if I want to pay Timer Pronto Schmuzli's website, I am asked to enter a code I wonder if it is coded well, thank you and good evening to all

OP | Post 45 made on Tuesday May 17, 2011 at 13:57
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Hello, Yes this is the right number.
regards, Schmuzli

(The web site is against onlline)
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