1. Open Photoshop, then add the file .9.PNG
2. Next, we need to cut markers with one pixel on another layer along the entire perimeter of the picture, zoom in the entire desktop, press at the same timeCtrl
3. Turn on multiple selection.
4. Select the edges of the image along the entire perimeter of one pixel.
5. Direct the cursor to the selected place.
6. Press the right mouse button, the menu pops up, select -Cut to new layer
7. We see
8. Turn off the layer
9. The whole picture is ready for editing and we will not accidentally wipe / mark the markers.
10. Edit the picture to your taste and color.
11. Next, turn back off the layer and save it to the desktop
12. Run the patch -Ninepatch.jar
13. Dragging the image onto the open patch
Some users, this procedure is not done, but just immediately thrown into the application for the assembly ... I do not know correctly or not, but I was taught that this procedure must be performed to avoid errors during assembly / disassembly of applications.Required
, if you decide to change the markers themselves, this happens if you decide to draw from scratch, completely or partially replace the picture, for example a rabbit
: D, in this case, get a crooked image at the output, here you have to play around with the markup, so that your rabbit
remained in the center and did not stretch on all sides, but thatвЂ™s another story ...
In any case, I always skip editable images through the patch!
14. If all the buzz and markers we stayed in the same place (the screenshot shows that our markers do not affect the MTS logo and we will get a quality image file at the output
) then save the picture
15. Putting the application and enjoy;)