This sample gives an example of customizing Tool.standardPinchZoomStart and Tool.standardPinchZoomMove. Select a node and pinch zoom to see the action modify the scale of the Node instead of the scale of the Diagram.

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Tools handle all input events, such as mouse and keyboard interactions, in a Diagram. There are many kinds of predefined Tool classes that implement all of the common operations that users do.

For flexibility and simplicity, all input events are canonicalized as InputEvents and redirected by the diagram to go to the Diagram.currentTool. By default the Diagram.currentTool is an instance of ToolManager held as the Diagram.toolManager. The ToolManager implements support for all mode-less tools. The ToolManager is responsible for finding another tool that is ready to run and then making it the new current tool. This causes the new tool to process all of the input events (mouse, keyboard, and touch) until the tool decides that it is finished, at which time the diagram's current tool reverts back to the Diagram.defaultTool, which is normally the ToolManager, again.

More information can be found in the GoJS Intro.

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