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// Copyright (c) 2012 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.
#import "chrome/browser/ui/cocoa/fullscreen_window.h"
#import "chrome/browser/ui/cocoa/themed_window.h"
@implementation FullscreenWindow
// Make sure our designated initializer gets called.
- (id)init {
return [self initForScreen:[NSScreen mainScreen]];
- (id)initForScreen:(NSScreen*)screen {
NSRect contentRect;
contentRect.origin = NSZeroPoint;
contentRect.size = [screen frame].size;
if ((self = [super initWithContentRect:contentRect
screen:screen])) {
[self setReleasedWhenClosed:NO];
// Borderless windows don't usually show up in the Windows menu so whine at
// Cocoa until it complies. See -dealloc and -setTitle: as well.
[NSApp addWindowsItem:self title:@"" filename:NO];
[[self contentView] setWantsLayer:YES];
return self;
- (void)dealloc {
// Paranoia; doesn't seem to be necessary but it doesn't hurt.
[NSApp removeWindowsItem:self];
[super dealloc];
- (void)setTitle:(NSString *)title {
[NSApp changeWindowsItem:self title:title filename:NO];
[super setTitle:title];
// According to
// ,
// NSBorderlessWindowMask windows cannot become key or main.
// In our case, however, we don't want that behavior, so we override
// canBecomeKeyWindow and canBecomeMainWindow.
- (BOOL)canBecomeKeyWindow {
return YES;
- (BOOL)canBecomeMainWindow {
return YES;
// When becoming/resigning main status, explicitly set the background color,
// which is required by |TabViewCocoa|.
- (void)becomeMainWindow {
[super becomeMainWindow];
[self setBackgroundColor:[NSColor windowFrameColor]];
- (void)resignMainWindow {
[super resignMainWindow];
[self setBackgroundColor:[NSColor windowBackgroundColor]];
// We need our own version, since the default one wants to flash the close
// button (and possibly other things), which results in nothing happening.
- (void)performClose:(id)sender {
BOOL shouldClose = YES;
// If applicable, check if this window should close.
id delegate = [self delegate];
if ([delegate respondsToSelector:@selector(windowShouldClose:)])
shouldClose = [delegate windowShouldClose:self];
if (shouldClose) {
[self close];
- (BOOL)validateUserInterfaceItem:(id<NSValidatedUserInterfaceItem>)item {
SEL action = [item action];
// Explicitly enable |-performClose:| (see above); otherwise the fact that
// this window does not have a close button results in it being disabled.
if (action == @selector(performClose:))
return YES;
return [super validateUserInterfaceItem:item];