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Post 1 made on Sunday May 2, 1999 at 19:44
Julio Cohen
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I posted my CCF file in my website. That one includes several icons from Brazilian and International channels available in Brazil (NET/Rio de Janeiro), formatted with 'Wintabs' (and a 'Thank You' for who made it).
Hope this helps !


Julio Cohen

OP | Post 2 made on Sunday May 2, 1999 at 21:42
Daniel Tonks
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Even better would be the address for your web site! :-)
OP | Post 3 made on Sunday May 2, 1999 at 21:45
Julio Cohen
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Ooopps! it goes:


Thank You and keep the good work, Daniel.

Julio Cohen
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
OP | Post 4 made on Sunday May 2, 1999 at 22:14
Daniel Tonks
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Do you mind if I post the file in the archive here?

Also, do you have the model numbers for your TV, VCR, MD, Sky Receiver, Luzes (what is that?) and AR (satellite receiver?)...

OP | Post 5 made on Monday May 3, 1999 at 00:07
Julio Cohen
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No, I believe it will be easier to people who live in Brazil and owns similar equipment. Here we don't have so many models available as in US and several people that I know, for example, owns Pioneer 414 DVD players.

In that CCF, I mixed several portuguese words. Sky is a DBS system (owned my the british News Corp.), Luzes means Lights in portuguese and actually controls a Lutron Spacer module. AR is a short for 'Ar Condicionado' (Air Conditioning) and controls brazilian Consul and Brastemp brands.

TV: Sony 29T70
DVD: Pioneer 414
MD: Sony MD-JE520
Sky receiver: Philips 660
Luzes (lights): Lutron Spacer
CD: Pioneer 907 changer
AR (air conditioning): Consul and Brastemp brands.

I subscribe a large e-mail list about Home Theaters and almost everybody never heard about Pronto. Since I explained to several people, most of them bought it from US (Philips didn't imported it to Europe and Asia.) and actually comes to your site everyday.

The CCF isn't totally complete. As everybody does, I'm tweaking it every day (I received the Pronto 1 week ago and I'm playing with ProntoEdit for a month!). If possible, post the version that I'll post next wednesday, because I'll have some free time to complete it, ok?

Thank You,

Julio Cohen day I'll write in english in a better way.
OP | Post 6 made on Monday May 3, 1999 at 00:16
Daniel Tonks
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Sure, I can hold off till then. Thanks for the info though, that'll help when I do. :-)
Post 7 made on Thursday August 13, 2015 at 20:41
Lurking Member
August 2015
Your website is down.

I would like to get the pronto codes from Consul air conditioning.
Post 8 made on Monday August 24, 2015 at 19:04
Duct Tape
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November 2008
On August 13, 2015 at 20:41, douglasrac said...
Your website is down.

I would like to get the pronto codes from Consul air conditioning.

The post is from 16 years ago...i wonder why the link doesn't work.
Post 9 made on Friday September 4, 2015 at 20:29
Daniel Tonks
Wrangler of Remotes
October 1998
And yet, the crazy part is...


Although it wasn't mentioned in the description, I just checked and there are some Consul codes in there.

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