This is an extension and not part of the main GoJS library.
Note that the API for this class may change at any time.
Extensions can be found in the GoJS kit under the
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The GeometryReshapingTool class allows for a Shape's Geometry to be modified by the user via the dragging of tool handles. This does not handle Links, whose routes should be reshaped by the LinkReshapingTool. The reshapeObjectName needs to identify the named Shape within the selected Part. If the shape cannot be found or if its Shape.geometry is not of type Geometry.Path, this will not show any GeometryReshaping Adornment. At the current time this tool does not support adding or removing PathSegments to the Geometry.
If you want to experiment with this extension, try the Geometry Reshaping sample.
Constructs a GeometryReshapingTool and sets the handle and name of the tool.
Gets the Shape that is being reshaped. This must be contained within the selected Part.
A small GraphObject used as a reshape handle for each segment. The default GraphObject is a small blue diamond.
This read-only property remembers the original value for Shape.geometry, so that it can be restored if this tool is cancelled.
The name of the GraphObject to be reshaped.
This tool may run when there is a mouse-down event on a reshape handle.
Start reshaping, if findToolHandleAt finds a reshape handle at the mouse down point.
If successful this sets handle to be the reshape handle that it finds and adornedShape to be the Shape being reshaped. It also remembers the original geometry in case this tool is cancelled. And it starts a transaction.
Restore the shape to be the original geometry and stop this tool.
This stops the current reshaping operation with the Shape as it is.
Reshape the Shape's geometry with a point based on the most recent mouse point by calling reshape, and then stop this tool.
Change the geometry of the adornedShape by moving the point corresponding to the current handle to be at the given Point. This is called by doMouseMove and doMouseUp with the result of calling computeReshape to constrain the input point.