I can provide examples of the individual segments for testing, a screen capture video as to how I assemble the borders, as well as the few needs for user input for the border creation. These are mostly limited to:
- -whether the segments are continuous (tileable) or need a space(s) between them, (spaces can be added to the segment image file, but it would be nice if it were customizable by the user);
-whether an offset is needed from the image edge to the vertical and horizontal border to line up to the corner segment;
-whether the left/right and top/bottom borders are rotated or flipped
-whether there is a center medallion, which would require an odd number of segments to center it properly; and,
-approximate desired border size and shape (square, rectangle), which could then be scaled to exact size by user. This would prevent stretching distortion from trying to scale a square border into a rectangle.
Here are examples of borders assembled using the filter/map/tile function for the segments and then copying/rotating the results to match the corners:
The above border has a corner segment, a regular segment, and a center medallion segment, as well as an offset from the image edge. This border can either have spaces or not between segments and still be attractive.
The above border similarly has a corner segment, a regular segment, and a needed offset from the edge to line up with the corner, but no center medallion segment. The segment for this border was designed to be joined without spaces between.
This last border needs no offset, but has a corner, a regular segment, and a center medallion, and also benefits from having a space or two between segments.
Thanks for the consideration.