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Thread: JUNG 2.0 Zoom-Function

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    Default JUNG 2.0 Zoom-Function

    Hey guys
    does anybody of you knows where i can find source codes from JUNG 2.0? I would like to learn how to implement a Zoom-Function with it but i haven't find any examples that coudl help me with that yet.

    Thank you!!

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    Default Re: JUNG 2.0 Zoom-Function

    It should be downloadable with the JUNG package at Sourceforge. Have a look at the ScalingGraphMousePlugin class for scaling.

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