To use the menus and the menu system
& Press the MENUÏbutton on the remote control to summon the main menu.
Note: Should your remote control be lost or broken you can still use the buttons on
top of the TV. E.g. press the M button to summon the main menu.
The M button functions both as Menu and OK on the remote control.
The Main menu contains the item Exit to dismiss the menu, only when you turn
on your TV for the first time, or when the Main menu is summoned with the M
button on top of the TV.
éUse the cursor in the up/down direction to select the TV, Install or Settings
“ Use the cursor in the left/right direction to select the menu item.
‘ Use the cursor up/down again to select the control you want to select or to
adjust. For instance, see Picture menu.
( Press the MENU Ï button again to turn off the main menu.
The menu system
Pipes, balls and a puck
The hierarchy of menus and controls is represented by an animated visual
mechanism of pipes, balls and a puck.
Unlike a map, however, the animated mechanism constantly shows the current
whereabouts, continually expands the view of the immediate neighborhood,
and preserves a view of places left behind.
The puck represents the users’ point of focus, by surrounding the ball
indicating the user’s current position in the menu hierarchy.
The puck is always present when the menu system is displayed.
The puck is divided into 4 wedge-shaped regions.They correspond to the
directional controls (up/down, left/right) on the remote control.
In this way users can navigate through the menu hierarchy to arrive at the
control they wish to adjust.
Pressing a valid button on the remote control shifts focus from the current
ball to the next one connected by a pipe in that direction.
Balls represent a branch of the menu hierarchy.
All menu items are represented by balls. Each ball is identified with an
identifying text label.
When items (balls) of a menu level are more numerous than can fit
comfortably on the TV display, only a portion of the items are shown as balls
along the pipe.Those omitted are indicated by a cluster of balls which
indicates that there are ‘more’.
Pipes connect balls together and show the path the user can traverse through
the menu structure. Pipes represent individual branches of the menu