Java Code Examples for java.awt.event.MouseEvent.SHIFT_MASK

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Example 1
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    * If the mouse is pressed in an empty area, create a new vertex there.
    * If the mouse is pressed on an existing vertex, prepare to create
    * an edge from that vertex to another
public void mousePressed(MouseEvent e) {
	if (checkModifiers(e)) {
		final VisualizationViewer<Vertex, Edge> vv = (VisualizationViewer<Vertex, Edge>) e.getSource();
		final Point2D p = e.getPoint();
		GraphElementAccessor<Vertex, Edge> pickSupport = vv.getPickSupport();

		if (pickSupport != null) {
			final Vertex vertex = pickSupport.getVertex(vv.getModel().getGraphLayout(), p.getX(), p.getY());

			if (vertex != null) { // get ready to make an edge
				creatingAnEdge = true;
				Graph<Vertex, Edge> graph = vv.getModel().getGraphLayout().getGraph();
				edgeType = (graph instanceof DirectedGraph) ? EdgeType.DIRECTED : EdgeType.UNDIRECTED;
				if ((e.getModifiers() & MouseEvent.SHIFT_MASK) != 0 && graph instanceof UndirectedGraph == false) {
					edgeType = EdgeType.DIRECTED;


			} else { // make a new vertex
				creatingAnEdge = false;
				Vertex newVertex = (Vertex) vertexFactory.create();
				action = new CreateVertexUndoableAction(vv.getGraphLayout(), newVertex, vv.getRenderContext().getMultiLayerTransformer().inverseTransform(p));