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README.md

Tools 9-Patch-Resizer

A resizer tool to automaticaly resize png files and 9 patches in several densities (previously hosted on https://code.google.com/p/9patch-resizer/)

Build Status

Download

To get the latest build (.jar or .exe file), check the release page on the github project: https://github.com/redwarp/9-Patch-Resizer/releases

The .exe file is just a wrapper around the executable .jar file, use it if you don't feel comfortable with a java archive ^_^

What is it exactly?

Let's face it : juggling with densities for Android is a bit of a pain, especially when dealing with 9 patch png.

And then comes this tool, that takes a xhdpi PNG file, or 9.png file, and generates ldpi, mdpi and hdpi png files automatically.

As simple as drag and drop can get.

And here is the changelog

Current version : 1.4.2

You're using 9patch resizer for your apps ? Don't hesitate and leave me a message!

Links

Roadmap

  • A proper "Settings" panel, to handle issues such as jpeg compression, etc etc...
  • A few optimisations
  • Command line support
  • Options to set the input density (if people wan't to downsize from hdpi and not from xdpi for instance)
  • Proper JPG support

Contributors

  • redwarp
  • Jean-Baptiste LAB - Made the app working in command line

Join us, and together, we can rule the galaxy as coders and...

Notable forks

Anyway...

If for some weird reasons, some of your PNG files aren't resized properly, don't hesitate to send them to me, so that I can investigate !

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