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// Copyright (c) 2009 The Chromium Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
// found in the LICENSE file.
#include <stddef.h>
#include <vector>
#if defined(__OBJC__)
@class NSEvent;
#else // __OBJC__
class NSEvent;
#endif // __OBJC__
namespace ui {
class Accelerator;
struct KeyboardShortcutData {
bool command_key;
bool shift_key;
bool cntrl_key;
bool opt_key;
int vkey_code; // Virtual Key code for the command.
int chrome_command; // The chrome command # to execute for this shortcut.
struct CommandForKeyEventResult {
bool found() { return chrome_command != -1; }
// The command to execute. -1 if none was found.
int chrome_command;
// Whether the command was from a mapping in the main menu. Only relevant if
// command != -1.
bool from_main_menu;
// macOS applications are supposed to put all keyEquivalents [hotkeys] in the
// menu bar. For legacy reasons, Chrome does not. There are around 30 hotkeys
// that are explicitly coded to virtual keycodes. This has the following
// downsides:
// * There is no way for the user to configure or disable these keyEquivalents.
// * This can cause keyEquivalent conflicts for non-US keyboard layouts with
// different default keyEquivalents, see
// This function first searches the menu bar for a matching keyEquivalent. If
// nothing is found, then it searches through the explicitly coded virtual
// keycodes not present in the NSMenu.
// Note: AppKit exposes symbolic hotkeys [e.g. cmd + `] not present in the
// NSMenu as well. The user can remap these to conflict with Chrome hotkeys.
// This function will return the Chrome hotkey, regardless of whether there's a
// conflicting symbolic hotkey.
CommandForKeyEventResult CommandForKeyEvent(NSEvent* event);
// For legacy reasons and compatibility with Safari, some commands [e.g. cmd +
// left arrow] are only allowed to fire if the firstResponder is a WebContents,
// and the WebContents has chosen not to handle the event.
int DelayedWebContentsCommandForKeyEvent(NSEvent* event);
// Whether the event goes through the performKeyEquivalent: path and is handled
// by CommandDispatcher.
bool EventUsesPerformKeyEquivalent(NSEvent* event);
// On macOS, most accelerators are defined in MainMenu.xib and are user
// configurable. Furthermore, their values and enabled state depends on the key
// window. Views code relies on a static mapping that is not dependent on the
// key window. Thus, we provide the default Mac accelerator for each CommandId,
// which is static. This may be inaccurate, but is at least sufficiently well
// defined for Views to use.
bool GetDefaultMacAcceleratorForCommandId(int command_id,
ui::Accelerator* accelerator);
// For testing purposes.
const std::vector<KeyboardShortcutData>& GetShortcutsNotPresentInMainMenu();