|Philips Pronto Releases ProntoEdit Professional 3|
|Home Theater News Remotes-System Control News|
|Written by Dick Ward|
|Monday, 27 September 2010|
So what does this mean for you? Assuming you're not an installer, you'll probably never have to worry about editing and programming your own Pronto panel, but you'll still be glad to hear of the great improvements.
For starters, there's been an enhancement to allow rotary wheels to control things like volume or lighting – dimming and brightening as you spin. Support for all Windows fonts has been added, so you'll be able to get a custom look that you like.
There's plenty more coming with PEP3, which will be available to authorized Pronto dealers soon.