The actual French legal decree was adopted on 7 February and revoked on 3 July . CPR was withdrawn in March to be replaced by the equivalent norm CPR, representing Japan move from analogue to digital and thus letting analogue connectors as things from the past. It was adopted in Japan for the connector's ability to support RGB output format no compression nor deterioration of original video signals but, contrary to SCART in Europe, it never saw widespread use on the consumer market. Assuming other connectors even existed, devices made by various companies could have different and incompatible standards. To achieve this it gathered all of the analogue signal connections into a single cable with a unique connector that made incorrect connections nearly impossible. The standard was extended at the end of the s to support the new S-Video signals.