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    Zoom option

    Is it possible to make zoom in and out by pinching the screen using objects accessable to Android exporter?

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    I understand that answer is "no"?

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    There's no extension which will handle it for you, if that's what you're asking. You could code something inside MMF2 which will do it using the multitouch object and scale, it would take a bit of effort but it's possible.

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    Francois has created an object for the HTML5 exporter that would make this kind of action easier to implement, you can zoom, rotate and shake the whole screen or specific layers. This would make pinch zooms much easier to manage. I've asked if it is something that can be converted to be used in other exporters and Windows too. Keep fingers crossed that it is not a HTML5 only feature.

    Otherwise, yes it is possible to do but only for active objects - you can scale and rotate them individually but it can be a little tricky. As an example, I released an iOS game (made with MMF2) called Bee in a Bubble - while not zooming in/out it does rotate objects as you physically rotate the screen, same principle would apply with scaling - I used active objects for everything that needed to rotate.
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    Oh wow, that would be super useful. Zooming can be quite a big deal on smaller screens so it would be great to add more ways to do it in the exporters.

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    It would be great to have this in other exporters!

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