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  • Page 1: User Manual

    User Manual...
  • Page 2 User Manual ProntoProEdit (c) Royal Philips Electronics NV All rights are reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part is prohibited without the prior written consent of the copyright owner.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Configuring a CCF ... 43 Properties... 44 Programming... 49 Modifying Frames and Buttons ... 61 Setting the System Properties for the ProntoPro... 67 Philips System Requirements...7 Installation...7 Updating Your ProntoPro ...8 Loading a CCF into ProntoProEdit ... 13 Uploading a CCF from Your ProntoPro ... 15 Creating a New CCF...
  • Page 4 Automatically creating device aliases ... 67 Troubleshooting... 68 List of Shortcuts ... 70 Glossary ... 71 Index... 74 Philips Page 4 of 76...
  • Page 5: Introduction

    ProntoProEdit is the tool that really allows you to optimize the use and the lay-out of your ProntoPro. We advise you to carefully read this user manual in order to benefit from all possibilities this software package provides. Philips Page 5 of 76...
  • Page 6: Installation

    Installation Contents of this chapter Philips System Requirements...7 Installation...7 Updating Your ProntoPro ...8 Page 6 of 76...
  • Page 7: System Requirements

    The first time you run ProntoProEdit, you have to accept the license agreement. Otherwise ProntoProEdit will not run. Installing from the web site Open your internet browser. Browse to the PHILIPS website: Download ProntoProEdit.exe. Double-click ProntoProEdit.exe. Follow the instructions on screen that will guide you through the installation procedure.
  • Page 8: Updating Your Prontopro

    Setup mode. Please refer to the ProntoPro User Manual for more information about the Setup panels. Future updates are available on the PHILIPS website at www.pronto.philips.com. You need to store the ProntoPro update files in the Update folder in the directory where ProntoProEdit is installed. Note It is best not to touch your ProntoPro’s touch screen or use any of your...
  • Page 9: About Prontoproedit

    Panel view: displays the contents of a panel as it is defined in the current CCF. Panel views provide an up-to-date view on the current CCF: changes are immediately incorporated into the current CCF. Philips Panel view Page 9 of 76...
  • Page 10: About Ccfs

    A macro allows you to execute a sequence of commands, for instance IR commands, using one single button. A macro can also contain several macros. With a timer you can activate a device or a macro at the time you prefer. Philips icon. Page 10 of 76...
  • Page 11 An action can be a delay, an IR code, or an alias (a shortcut) to another action list (see “Programming” on p. 49 for more details) An action list is a list of up to 255 actions. The last action to execute can be a jump to a specific panel. Philips Panel Frame Button:...
  • Page 12: Basic Ccf Actions

    Opening a CCF ... 13 Modifying a CCF ... 16 Viewing and Testing a CCF ... 36 Saving a CCF... 40 Philips Loading a CCF into ProntoProEdit ... 13 Uploading a CCF from Your ProntoPro ... 15 Creating a New CCF... 15 Opening and Closing Panels...
  • Page 13: Opening A Ccf

    CCF. You will replace one CCF by the other. If the current CCF has been modified, you will be allowed to save it first before it is replaced with the loaded CCF. Philips in the toolbar. Page 13 of 76...
  • Page 14 Click OK to accept the changes. The CCF will be loaded with the colors you selected. -or- Click Cancel to return without changing the colors. The CCF will be loaded with the default grayscale colors. Philips Page 14 of 76...
  • Page 15: Uploading A Ccf From Your Prontopro

    CCF uploaded from your ProntoPro. Creating a New CCF Go to Start > Programs > ProntoProEdit > ProntoEdit. ProntoProEdit opens. Select New Configuration from the File menu. A new CCF is created. Philips in the toolbar. Page 15 of 76...
  • Page 16: Modifying A Ccf

    -or- Select the panel in the Configuration view and select Open Panel from the Panel menu. Philips “Configuring a CCF” on page 43. next to DEVICES or MACRO next to HOME, or a device or Page 16 of 76...
  • Page 17 Note Closing a panel will not undo any changes made to that panel. A panel is merely a view on the current CCF: changes are immediately incorporated into the current CCF. Philips to close the panel. Page 17 of 76...
  • Page 18: Creating Devices And Macro Groups

    Select DEVICES or MACRO GROUPS. Select Paste from the Edit menu. The selected device or macro group is copied into DEVICES or MACRO GROUPS. Note ProntoProEdit does not support copying from one running copy of ProntoProEdit to another. Philips Page 18 of 76...
  • Page 19 The name of the device is displayed between ( ) brackets indicating that the device has been changed into a template. You can change the template back to a ‘regular’ device at any time. Philips in the toolbar. Page 19 of 76...
  • Page 20 The name of the macro group is displayed between < > brackets indicating that the macro group has been changed into a timer group. You can change the timer group back to a macro group at any time. Philips in the toolbar. Page 20 of 76...
  • Page 21: Creating Panels

    Select the panel (in HOME, of a device or a macro group) and select Is Hidden from the Panel menu. The panel is hidden. The panel name is displayed between [ ]. Philips Page 21 of 76...
  • Page 22 ProntoProEdit ignores all but the first DEFAULT panel of a default panel CCF. Restart ProntoProEdit. The next time you add a panel ProntoProEdit uses the modified default panel as you defined it. Philips in the toolbar. next to DEFAULT in the Configuration view. Page 22 of 76...
  • Page 23 When creating your own Home panel buttons, make sure to add aliases to the devices and to create a page jump to a panel in the device. Philips template” on page 19 for more information about templates. panel’ on p. 21.
  • Page 24: Creating Frames And Buttons

    Press and hold SHIFT to move the top or left edge. Press and hold CTRL to move the bottom or right edge. Press the SPACE bar in combination with SHIFT or CTRL and the arrow keys to resize an edge faster. Philips ‘Using the Gallery’ on p. 27 and ‘Using ‘Using the...
  • Page 25 Press ALT + A to add a frame. A child frame is added. -or- Press ALT + K to add a button. A child button is added. Philips “Using Bitmaps” on page 29 for more information about bitmaps. Page 25 of 76...
  • Page 26 Press ESC to deselect the current selection. Use the zoom feature (select Panel Zoom from the Panel menu or by right-clicking) to get a better view of what you are selecting. Philips Parent First child Sibling of the first child...
  • Page 27: Using The Gallery

    Select Select Gallery from the Tools menu. The ‘Select Gallery’ window appears. Browse to the folder where the CCFs are stored. Select the CCF you want to use. Click Open. The CCF is selected as a gallery. Philips in the toolbar. Page 27 of 76...
  • Page 28 ProntoProEdit ignores all but the GALLERY panels of gallery.ccf. Restart ProntoProEdit. The next time you select a gallery you can use the frames and buttons from the modified gallery. Philips next to GALLERY in the Configuration view. Page 28 of 76...
  • Page 29: Using Bitmaps

    Right-click the icon and select Load from the context menu. -or- Double-click the icon. The ‘Open’ window appears. Philips A button is unselected when it can be tapped. A button is selected when you tap on it on the ProntoPro.
  • Page 30 This indicates you are only copying the bitmaps on the frame or button and not the frame or button itself. Philips “Selecting frames and buttons in a panel” on page 26 for...
  • Page 31 Click Open. The new bitmap is displayed in the panel in the ‘Bitmap picker’ window. Click OK. All original bitmaps are replaced by the selected bitmap. -or- Click Cancel to keep the original bitmap. Philips Page 31 of 76...
  • Page 32: Using Grids

    Select one of the grids (grid 0 to grid 9) you want to use. The selected grid appears. If you do not see the blue grid lines you have to display the grid as described in Philips “Editing a grid” on page 34. “Displaying a grid”...
  • Page 33 Select the number of pixels from the Horizontal Spacing and Vertical Spacing drop-down list. The distance between the grid lines is defined. Click OK. The grid lines you defined are displayed. Philips grid” on page 32. grid” on page 32. Page 33 of 76...
  • Page 34 Top Left; Top Right; Bottom Left; Bottom Right; Center. Move or copy the frames and buttons. They will snap to the nearest grid location depending on the Snap Mode you selected. Philips Page 34 of 76...
  • Page 35 CCFs afterwards. Select Export Grids from the File menu to export the grid to a text file. Select Import Grids from the File menu to import the grid from a text file. Philips Page 35 of 76...
  • Page 36: Viewing And Testing A Ccf

    ProntoProEdit saves the current configuration. The ProntoProEmulator is launched and the CCF is displayed. The speed of the ProntoProEmulator depends on your PC and the CCF. It may differ from the speed on your ProntoPro. Philips in the toolbar. Page 36 of 76...
  • Page 37 A message appears with the location where the screenshot is saved. If ProntoProEdit is installed in C:\Program Files\, the screenshots will be saved in C:\Prontoscreens. ProntoProEmulator saves up to 100 screenshots before it starts using the same filenames again. Philips taskbar. Page 37 of 76...
  • Page 38: Downloading A Ccf Into Your Prontopro

    Wait a few seconds and try again. If after a number of attempts ProntoProEdit still cannot connect, reset your ProntoPro. Wait until it beeps twice and try again. Philips “Loading a CCF into “Uploading a CCF from Your in the toolbar.
  • Page 39 ProntoPro’s direct access buttons, while downloading is in progress. ProntoProEdit will download the CCF into your ProntoPro After downloading, your ProntoPro will tell you when it is ready to be used again by beeping twice. Philips Page 39 of 76...
  • Page 40: Saving A Ccf

    Saving the current CCF file as an EXE file (Pack-and-Go) You can save the current CCF in ProntoProEdit as an EXE file. This EXE file is used to download a CCF into your ProntoPro without opening ProntoProEdit. Philips Description CCF is saved, in color (standard).
  • Page 41 Click OK when the following messages appears: “The .EXE file has been successfully created!”. Repeat the instructions 2 to 11 to save other CCFs as an EXE file. -or- Click Cancel to close the ‘Make .EXE file’ window. Philips Page 41 of 76...
  • Page 42: Replacing And Merging A Ccf

    Load the CCF from which you want to copy a device. Delete everything but the device you want to copy. Load the other CCF to which you want to copy the device, and merge it with the current CCF. Save the merged CCF. Philips Page 42 of 76...
  • Page 43: Configuring A Ccf

    Contents of this chapter Properties... 44 Programming... 49 Modifying Frames and Buttons ... 61 Setting the System Properties for the ProntoPro... 67 Philips System Properties ... 44 Frame Properties... 45 Button Properties ... 46 Device Properties ... 47 Macro Group Properties... 48 Actions ...
  • Page 44: Properties

    “RF “Setting the System Properties for the instructions for setting the system properties. Philips Functions To set the (factory) default CCF, to write-protect the CCF and the Home panels, to create device aliases and to enter the version string.
  • Page 45: Frame Properties

    Select the frame and press INSERT. The ‘Frame Properties’ window appears. “Modifying Frames and the frame properties. Philips Functions To enter a name for the frame, define the font for the name and set the position for the frame in the panel.
  • Page 46: Button Properties

    See “Programming” on page 49 for instructions for programming buttons. “Modifying Frames and the button properties. Philips Functions To create an alias to another command, to set a delay, to assign IR codes, to add a beep, to add a timer, to create a jump.
  • Page 47: Device Properties

    See “Programming” on page 49 for instructions for programming devices and hard keys. “RF Settings” on page 57 for instructions for selecting an Extender ID. Philips Functions To create an alias to another command, to set a delay, to assign IR codes, to add a beep, to add a timer, to create a jump.
  • Page 48: Macro Group Properties

    “RF Settings” on page 57 for instructions for selecting an Extender ID. Philips Functions To create an alias to another command, to set a delay, to assign IR codes, to add a beep, to add a timer, to create a jump.
  • Page 49: Programming

    An action can be removed from the action list by selecting it and clicking Delete. Philips Description With an alias you create a ‘shortcut’ to another command. You can create an alias to a button action, to a device or macro group action, to an action of a direct-access key or an action button.
  • Page 50 The list of hard keys, panels and buttons is displayed. Items marked with a green disc Items marked with a gray disc Select the item to which you want to refer. Philips next to HOME, the device or macro group. can be selected. cannot be selected.
  • Page 51 Go through one of the scenarios to assign IR codes: selecting an IR code from the universal database; learning an IR code from another remote control; pasting an IR code in the IR Code text box. Philips aliases” on page 67. Page 51 of 76...
  • Page 52 Press and hold the corresponding button on your device’s remote control. One of the following messages appears: Philips ProntoPro” on page 15 and click Test IR. Learning completed successfully. The learned code has been added in the list of actions.
  • Page 53 The higher the value for the duty cycle the louder the volume of the beep. Enter a value in the Duration text field. The higher the value for the duration the longer the beep is executed. Philips ProntoPro” on page 15 and click Test IR. “Uploading Page 53 of 76...
  • Page 54 The timer is added to the action list of the selected button. Click OK to accept the properties. -or- Click Cancel to return without changing the properties. Philips “Creating an alias” on page 50. “Creating an alias” on page 50.
  • Page 55 Select the Action tab. Select an action in the list. Click Delete. The action is deleted from the action list. Click OK to accept the properties. -or- Click Cancel to return without changing the properties. Philips Page 55 of 76...
  • Page 56: Jumps

    The jump is created. When you tap the button, select the device or macro group the ProntoPro will jump to the selected panel. Click OK to accept the properties. -or- Click Cancel to return without changing the properties. compatible with Philips DVX8000, May 2001 Philips Page 56 of 76...
  • Page 57: Rf Settings

    Select the RF tab. Select a RF Channel. Make sure the RF Channel matches with the CH on the RF Extender. Click OK to accept the properties. -or- Click Cancel to return without changing the properties. Philips Page 57 of 76...
  • Page 58: Hard Key Actions

    Action buttons for the macro groups. To configure the hard keys per device or macro group Open the Device Properties or Macro Group Properties. To configure the hard keys globally Open the ProntoPro System Properties. Philips Page 58 of 76...
  • Page 59 By default, the Action buttons ‘Page Up’ and ‘Page Down’ are used for scrolling on your ProntoPro. Make sure to provide alternative (soft) buttons to scroll if you reprogram these Action buttons. Philips alias” on page 50; delay” on page 51;...
  • Page 60: Macros

    When selecting the button, device or macro group on your ProntoPro the list of commands will be executed. You can add up to 255 actions to the action list. Philips alias” on page 50; delay” on page 51; code” on page 51;...
  • Page 61: Modifying Frames And Buttons

    You can also rename frames or buttons by selecting them and pressing F2. Entering the location and dimensions of a frame or a button Open the Frame Properties or Button Properties. Select the Properties tab. Enter the position in the Relative Location text fields. Philips Page 61 of 76...
  • Page 62 When frames and buttons are not grouped there is no difference between the relative and absolute location. The location always refers to the top left corner of the panel. By default the relative location of frames and buttons is displayed. Philips Page 62 of 76...
  • Page 63 The dimensions and the location of the first child are displayed in the status bar. The + sign indicates that the relative location of the child in relation to the top left corner of the parent is displayed. Philips Dimensions and location of the selected parent frame Dimensions and relative location...
  • Page 64 The relative location of the first child in the status bar changes into the absolute location. The + sign disappears indicating that the absolute location of a child in relation to the top left corner of the panel is displayed. Philips Dimensions and absolute location of the selected first child First child...
  • Page 65: Designing Frames And Buttons

    Right-click the button and select Save from the context menu to save the bitmap. Repeat the instructions 3 to 6 for the other states: Unselected– Active Selected– Inactive Selected– Active Click OK to accept the properties. -or- Click Cancel to return without changing the properties. Philips Page 65 of 76...
  • Page 66 When you move your mouse over the colors, the color in the field changes dynamically. Repeat the instructions 3 and 4 for the other states: Unselected– Active Selected– Inactive Selected– Active Click OK to accept the properties. -or- Click Cancel to return without changing the properties. Philips Page 66 of 76...
  • Page 67: Setting The System Properties For The Prontopro

    Click Cancel to return without changing the properties. When you create a new device on your ProntoPro or in ProntoProEdit, an alias to this device will automatically be added to the Home panel. Philips ‘Creating your own Home panels’ on p. 23.
  • Page 68: Troubleshooting

    You can use this feature to copy devices, macro groups and panels from one CCF to another. You edit the CCF with the devices, macro groups and panels you want to copy and merge it in another CCF. Philips Page 68 of 76...
  • Page 69 The best way to avoid the problem is using bitmaps with the same size per button. Buttons without bitmaps can be resized. Philips delay” on page 51. ProntoPro” on page 38 to download the Software” on page 8 to update the software on...
  • Page 70: List Of Shortcuts

    SHIFT + TAB Insert CTRL + drag and drop ALT + drag and drop CTRL + UP or DOWN Philips Function Upload from the ProntoPro Download into ProntoPro Run Emulator Open Gallery Add Panel Adding a frame to a panel...
  • Page 71: Glossary

    (including all IR codes). Device A device appears in the Device menu on the ProntoPro. A device can contain up to 255 panels. Philips Page 71 of 76...
  • Page 72 Macro group A macro group appears in the Macro menu on the ProntoPro. Every macro group can contain up to 255 panels. Philips Page 72 of 76...
  • Page 73 In case you replace the existing device with a new one and the functions are available in the database, the IR codes assigned to the functions will be used. Philips Page 73 of 76...
  • Page 74: Index

    15 downloading, 38 emulating, 36 formats, 40 loading, 13 making EXE, 41 merging, 42 modifying, 16 opening, 13, 42 Philips previewing, 36 replacing, 42 saving, 40 saving as, 40 saving as EXE, 40 uploading, 15 viewing, 36 write-protecting, 67...
  • Page 75 21 HOME, 10 Home panel, 23 icon, 29, 72 identifying button, 61 frame, 61 indicator, 18 inserting bitmap, 29 Philips installation, 7 IR code, 51, 72 jump, 56, 72 launching ProntoProEmulator, 36 loading CCF, 13 location absolute, 62 button, 61...
  • Page 76 21 opening, 16 renaming, 21 panel view, 9 PHILIPS website, 7 previewing CCF, 36 programming, 49 action, 49 hard key, 58 jump, 56 ProntoPro hard key, 58 software update, 8 version information, 8 ProntoProEdit, 9 configuration view, 9 panel view, 9...

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