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Two-finger zoom on Mac [message #697790] Mon, 18 July 2011 03:29
Peter Severin is currently offline Peter SeverinFriend
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Hi,

I was looking through new and noteworthy for Eclipse Indigo and I saw
that there is new SWT API for touches and gestures:

> If your hardware supports it, you can now listen for touches or gestures on SWT controls. Four standard gestures are supported: two-finger panning, rotation, magnification, and swipe (three fingers on Mac OS X, flicks on Windows). You can also listen for 'raw' touches on a MacBook touchpad, Magic Trackpad or Magic Mouse, or a touch-sensitive display that is supported by Windows Touch. For examples of how to use the touch and gesture support see Snippet 352 and Snippet 353.

I know that two-finger panning already works with GEF. But what would it
take to support two-finger zoom? Could there be something similar to
MouseWheelZoomHandler?



Thanks,

Peter
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