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// Copyright 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.
#include "components/omnibox/browser/omnibox_edit_model.h"
#include <algorithm>
#include <string>
#include <utility>
#include "base/auto_reset.h"
#include "base/feature_list.h"
#include "base/format_macros.h"
#include "base/macros.h"
#include "base/metrics/histogram_macros.h"
#include "base/metrics/user_metrics.h"
#include "base/strings/string_number_conversions.h"
#include "base/strings/string_util.h"
#include "base/strings/stringprintf.h"
#include "base/strings/utf_string_conversions.h"
#include "build/build_config.h"
#include "components/bookmarks/browser/bookmark_model.h"
#include "components/navigation_metrics/navigation_metrics.h"
#include "components/omnibox/browser/autocomplete_classifier.h"
#include "components/omnibox/browser/autocomplete_match_type.h"
#include "components/omnibox/browser/autocomplete_provider.h"
#include "components/omnibox/browser/history_url_provider.h"
#include "components/omnibox/browser/keyword_provider.h"
#include "components/omnibox/browser/location_bar_model.h"
#include "components/omnibox/browser/omnibox_client.h"
#include "components/omnibox/browser/omnibox_edit_controller.h"
#include "components/omnibox/browser/omnibox_event_global_tracker.h"
#include "components/omnibox/browser/omnibox_field_trial.h"
#include "components/omnibox/browser/omnibox_log.h"
#include "components/omnibox/browser/omnibox_navigation_observer.h"
#include "components/omnibox/browser/omnibox_pedal.h"
#include "components/omnibox/browser/omnibox_popup_model.h"
#include "components/omnibox/browser/omnibox_popup_view.h"
#include "components/omnibox/browser/omnibox_view.h"
#include "components/omnibox/browser/search_provider.h"
#include "components/search_engines/template_url.h"
#include "components/search_engines/template_url_prepopulate_data.h"
#include "components/search_engines/template_url_service.h"
#include "components/url_formatter/url_fixer.h"
#include "third_party/metrics_proto/omnibox_event.pb.h"
#include "ui/gfx/image/image.h"
#include "url/url_util.h"
using bookmarks::BookmarkModel;
using metrics::OmniboxEventProto;
// Helpers --------------------------------------------------------------------
namespace {
// Histogram name which counts the number of times that the user text is
// cleared. IME users are sometimes in the situation that IME was
// unintentionally turned on and failed to input latin alphabets (ASCII
// characters) or the opposite case. In that case, users may delete all
// the text and the user text gets cleared. We'd like to measure how often
// this scenario happens.
// Note that since we don't currently correlate "text cleared" events with
// IME usage, this also captures many other cases where users clear the text;
// though it explicitly doesn't log deleting all the permanent text as
// the first action of an editing sequence (see comments in
// OnAfterPossibleChange()).
const char kOmniboxUserTextClearedHistogram[] = "Omnibox.UserTextCleared";
enum UserTextClearedType {
// Histogram name which counts the number of times the user enters
// keyword hint mode and via what method. The possible values are listed
// in the metrics OmniboxEnteredKeywordMode2 enum which is defined in metrics
// enum XML file.
const char kEnteredKeywordModeHistogram[] = "Omnibox.EnteredKeywordMode2";
// Histogram name which counts the number of milliseconds a user takes
// between focusing and editing the omnibox.
const char kFocusToEditTimeHistogram[] = "Omnibox.FocusToEditTime";
// Histogram name which counts the number of milliseconds a user takes
// between focusing and opening an omnibox match.
const char kFocusToOpenTimeHistogram[] =
void EmitKeywordHistogram(
OmniboxEventProto::KeywordModeEntryMethod entry_method) {
kEnteredKeywordModeHistogram, static_cast<int>(entry_method),
static_cast<int>(OmniboxEventProto::KeywordModeEntryMethod_MAX + 1));
} // namespace
// OmniboxEditModel::State ----------------------------------------------------
bool user_input_in_progress,
const base::string16& user_text,
const base::string16& keyword,
bool is_keyword_hint,
OmniboxEventProto::KeywordModeEntryMethod keyword_mode_entry_method,
OmniboxFocusState focus_state,
FocusSource focus_source,
const AutocompleteInput& autocomplete_input)
: user_input_in_progress(user_input_in_progress),
autocomplete_input(autocomplete_input) {}
OmniboxEditModel::State::State(const State& other) = default;
OmniboxEditModel::State::~State() {
// OmniboxEditModel -----------------------------------------------------------
OmniboxEditModel::OmniboxEditModel(OmniboxView* view,
OmniboxEditController* controller,
std::unique_ptr<OmniboxClient> client)
: client_(std::move(client)),
allow_exact_keyword_match_(false) {
omnibox_controller_.reset(new OmniboxController(this, client_.get()));
OmniboxEditModel::~OmniboxEditModel() {
const OmniboxEditModel::State OmniboxEditModel::GetStateForTabSwitch() {
// Like typing, switching tabs "accepts" the temporary text as the user
// text, because it makes little sense to have temporary text when the
// popup is closed.
if (user_input_in_progress_) {
// Weird edge case to match other browsers: if the edit is empty, revert to
// the permanent text (so the user can get it back easily) but select it (so
// on switching back, typing will "just work").
const base::string16 display_text = view_->GetText();
if (MaybePrependKeyword(display_text).empty()) {
base::AutoReset<bool> tmp(&in_revert_, true);
} else {
return State(user_input_in_progress_, user_text_, keyword_, is_keyword_hint_,
keyword_mode_entry_method_, focus_state_, focus_source_, input_);
void OmniboxEditModel::RestoreState(const State* state) {
// We need to update the permanent display texts correctly and revert the
// view regardless of whether there is saved state.
// Restore the autocomplete controller's input, or clear it if this is a new
// tab.
input_ = state ? state->autocomplete_input : AutocompleteInput();
if (!state)
// The tab-management system saves the last-focused control for each tab and
// restores it. That operation also updates this edit model's focus_state_
// if necessary. This occurs before we reach this point in the code.
// The only reason we need to separately save and restore our focus state is
// to preserve our special "invisible focus" state used for the fakebox.
// However, in some circumstances (if the last-focused control was destroyed),
// the Omnibox will be focused by default, and the edit model's saved state
// may be invalid. We make a check to guard against that.
bool saved_focus_state_invalid = focus_state_ == OMNIBOX_FOCUS_VISIBLE &&
state->focus_state == OMNIBOX_FOCUS_NONE;
if (!saved_focus_state_invalid) {
SetFocusState(state->focus_state, OMNIBOX_FOCUS_CHANGE_TAB_SWITCH);
focus_source_ = state->focus_source;
// Restore any user editing.
if (state->user_input_in_progress) {
// NOTE: Be sure to set keyword-related state AFTER invoking
// SetUserText(), as SetUserText() clears the keyword state.
view_->SetUserText(state->user_text, false);
keyword_ = state->keyword;
is_keyword_hint_ = state->is_keyword_hint;
keyword_mode_entry_method_ = state->keyword_mode_entry_method;
AutocompleteMatch OmniboxEditModel::CurrentMatch(
GURL* alternate_nav_url) const {
// If we have a valid match use it. Otherwise get one for the current text.
AutocompleteMatch match = omnibox_controller_->current_match();
if (!match.destination_url.is_valid()) {
GetInfoForCurrentText(&match, alternate_nav_url);
} else if (alternate_nav_url) {
*alternate_nav_url = AutocompleteResult::ComputeAlternateNavUrl(
input_, match);
return match;
bool OmniboxEditModel::ResetDisplayTexts() {
const base::string16 old_display_text = GetPermanentDisplayText();
LocationBarModel* location_bar_model = controller()->GetLocationBarModel();
url_for_editing_ = location_bar_model->GetFormattedFullURL();
if (location_bar_model->GetDisplaySearchTerms(&display_text_)) {
// The search query has been inserted into |display_text_|.
} else {
#if defined(OS_IOS)
// iOS is unusual in that it uses a separate LocationView to show the
// LocationBarModel's display-only URL. The actual OmniboxViewIOS widget is
// hidden in the defocused state, and always contains the URL for editing.
display_text_ = url_for_editing_;
display_text_ = location_bar_model->GetURLForDisplay();
// When there's new permanent text, and the user isn't interacting with the
// omnibox, we want to revert the edit to show the new text. We could simply
// define "interacting" as "the omnibox has focus", but we still allow updates
// when the omnibox has focus as long as the user hasn't begun editing, and
// isn't seeing zerosuggestions (because changing this text would require
// changing or hiding those suggestions). When the omnibox doesn't have
// focus, we assume the user may have abandoned their interaction and it's
// always safe to change the text; this also prevents someone toggling "Show
// URL" (which sounds as if it might be persistent) from seeing just that URL
// forever afterwards.
return (GetPermanentDisplayText() != old_display_text) &&
(!has_focus() || (!user_input_in_progress_ && !PopupIsOpen()));
GURL OmniboxEditModel::PermanentURL() const {
return url_formatter::FixupURL(base::UTF16ToUTF8(url_for_editing_),
base::string16 OmniboxEditModel::GetPermanentDisplayText() const {
return display_text_;
void OmniboxEditModel::SetUserText(const base::string16& text) {
is_keyword_hint_ = false;
keyword_mode_entry_method_ = OmniboxEventProto::INVALID;
paste_state_ = NONE;
has_temporary_text_ = false;
bool OmniboxEditModel::Unelide(bool exit_query_in_omnibox) {
// Unelision should not occur if the user has already inputted text.
if (user_input_in_progress())
return false;
// No need to unelide if we are already displaying the full URL.
LocationBarModel* location_bar_model = controller()->GetLocationBarModel();
if (view_->GetText() == location_bar_model->GetFormattedFullURL())
return false;
// Early exit if we don't want to exit Query in Omnibox mode, and the omnibox
// is displaying a query.
if (!exit_query_in_omnibox &&
return false;
view_->SetWindowTextAndCaretPos(url_for_editing_, 0, false, false);
// Select all in reverse to ensure the beginning of the URL is shown.
view_->SelectAll(true /* reversed */);
return true;
void OmniboxEditModel::OnChanged() {
// Don't call CurrentMatch() when there's no editing, as in this case we'll
// never actually use it. This avoids running the autocomplete providers (and
// any systems they then spin up) during startup.
const AutocompleteMatch& current_match = user_input_in_progress_ ?
CurrentMatch(nullptr) : AutocompleteMatch();
client_->OnTextChanged(current_match, user_input_in_progress_, user_text_,
result(), has_focus());
void OmniboxEditModel::GetDataForURLExport(GURL* url,
base::string16* title,
gfx::Image* favicon) {
*url = CurrentMatch(nullptr).destination_url;
if (*url == client_->GetURL()) {
*title = client_->GetTitle();
*favicon = client_->GetFavicon();
bool OmniboxEditModel::CurrentTextIsURL() const {
// If !user_input_in_progress_ and we are not showing a Query in Omnibox,
// then the URL is showing as the permanent display text, and no further
// checking is needed. By avoiding checking in this case, we avoid calling
// into the autocomplete providers, and thus initializing the history system,
// as long as possible, which speeds startup.
LocationBarModel* location_bar_model = controller()->GetLocationBarModel();
if (!user_input_in_progress_ &&
!location_bar_model->GetDisplaySearchTerms(nullptr)) {
return true;
return !AutocompleteMatch::IsSearchType(CurrentMatch(nullptr).type);
void OmniboxEditModel::AdjustTextForCopy(int sel_min,
base::string16* text,
GURL* url_from_text,
bool* write_url) {
*write_url = false;
// Do not adjust if selection did not start at the beginning of the field.
if (sel_min != 0)
// If the user has not modified the display text and is copying the whole
// display text, copy the omnibox contents as a hyperlink to the current page.
if (!user_input_in_progress_ && *text == display_text_) {
*url_from_text = PermanentURL();
*write_url = true;
// If the omnibox is displaying a URL, set the hyperlink text to the URL's
// spec. This undoes any URL elisions.
if (!controller()->GetLocationBarModel()->GetDisplaySearchTerms(nullptr))
*text = base::UTF8ToUTF16(url_from_text->spec());
// This code early exits if the copied text looks like a search query. It's
// not at the very top of this method, as it would interpret the intranet URL
// "printer/path" as a search query instead of a URL.
// We can't use CurrentTextIsURL() or GetDataForURLExport() because right now
// the user is probably holding down control to cause the copy, which will
// screw up our calculation of the desired_tld.
AutocompleteMatch match_from_text;
client_->GetAutocompleteClassifier()->Classify(*text, is_keyword_selected(),
true, ClassifyPage(),
&match_from_text, nullptr);
if (AutocompleteMatch::IsSearchType(match_from_text.type))
*url_from_text = match_from_text.destination_url;
GURL current_page_url = PermanentURL();
if (PopupIsOpen()) {
AutocompleteMatch current_match = CurrentMatch(nullptr);
if (!AutocompleteMatch::IsSearchType(current_match.type) &&
current_match.destination_url.is_valid()) {
// If the popup is open and a valid match is selected, treat that as the
// current page, since the URL in the Omnibox will be from that match.
current_page_url = current_match.destination_url;
// Only if the user has not altered the host piece of the Omnibox text, then
// we can infer the correct scheme from the current page's URL, and prepend it
// to the selected text on-copy. Otherwise, we cannot guess at user intent, so
// we copy the Omnibox contents as plain text.
if (current_page_url.SchemeIsHTTPOrHTTPS() &&
url_from_text->SchemeIsHTTPOrHTTPS() &&
current_page_url.host_piece() == url_from_text->host_piece()) {
*write_url = true;
base::string16 http = base::ASCIIToUTF16(url::kHttpScheme) +
base::string16 https = base::ASCIIToUTF16(url::kHttpsScheme) +
const base::string16& current_page_url_prefix =
current_page_url.SchemeIs(url::kHttpScheme) ? http : https;
// Only prepend a scheme if the text doesn't already have a scheme.
if (!base::StartsWith(*text, http, base::CompareCase::INSENSITIVE_ASCII) &&
!base::StartsWith(*text, https, base::CompareCase::INSENSITIVE_ASCII)) {
*text = current_page_url_prefix + *text;
// Amend the copied URL to match the prefixed string.
GURL::Replacements replace_scheme;
*url_from_text = url_from_text->ReplaceComponents(replace_scheme);
bool OmniboxEditModel::ShouldShowCurrentPageIcon() const {
// If the popup is open, don't show the current page's icon. The caller is
// instead expected to show the current match's icon.
if (PopupIsOpen())
return false;
// On the New Tab Page, the omnibox textfield is empty. We want to display
// the default search provider favicon instead of the NTP security icon.
if (view_->GetText().empty())
return false;
// If user input is not in progress, always show the current page's icon.
if (!user_input_in_progress())
return true;
// If user input is in progress, keep showing the current page's icon so long
// as the text matches the current page's URL, elided or unelided. This logic
// also works for Query in Omnibox, since the query is in |display_text_|.
return view_->GetText() == display_text_ ||
view_->GetText() == url_for_editing_;
void OmniboxEditModel::UpdateInput(bool has_selected_text,
bool prevent_inline_autocomplete) {
bool changed = SetInputInProgressNoNotify(true);
if (!has_focus()) {
if (changed)
StartAutocomplete(has_selected_text, prevent_inline_autocomplete);
if (changed)
void OmniboxEditModel::SetInputInProgress(bool in_progress) {
if (SetInputInProgressNoNotify(in_progress))
void OmniboxEditModel::Revert() {
paste_state_ = NONE;
is_keyword_hint_ = false;
keyword_mode_entry_method_ = OmniboxEventProto::INVALID;
has_temporary_text_ = false;
size_t start, end;
view_->GetSelectionBounds(&start, &end);
// First home the cursor, so view of text is scrolled to left, then correct
// it. |SetCaretPos()| doesn't scroll the text, so doing that first wouldn't
// accomplish anything.
base::string16 current_permanent_url = GetPermanentDisplayText();
view_->SetWindowTextAndCaretPos(current_permanent_url, 0, false, true);
view_->SetCaretPos(std::min(current_permanent_url.length(), start));
void OmniboxEditModel::StartAutocomplete(bool has_selected_text,
bool prevent_inline_autocomplete) {
const base::string16 input_text = MaybePrependKeyword(user_text_);
size_t start, cursor_position;
view_->GetSelectionBounds(&start, &cursor_position);
// For keyword searches, the text that AutocompleteInput expects is
// of the form "<keyword> <query>", where our query is |user_text_|.
// So we need to adjust the cursor position forward by the length of
// any keyword added by MaybePrependKeyword() above.
if (is_keyword_selected()) {
// If there is user text, the cursor is past the keyword and doesn't
// account for its size. Add the keyword's size to the position passed
// to autocomplete.
if (!user_text_.empty()) {
cursor_position += input_text.length() - user_text_.length();
} else {
// Otherwise, cursor may point into keyword or otherwise not account
// for the keyword's size (depending on how this code is reached).
// Pass a cursor at end of input to autocomplete. This is safe in all
// conditions.
cursor_position = input_text.length();
input_ = AutocompleteInput(input_text, cursor_position, ClassifyPage(),
prevent_inline_autocomplete || just_deleted_text_ ||
(has_selected_text && inline_autocomplete_text_.empty()) ||
(paste_state_ != NONE));
input_.set_allow_exact_keyword_match(is_keyword_selected() ||
void OmniboxEditModel::StopAutocomplete() {
bool OmniboxEditModel::CanPasteAndGo(const base::string16& text) const {
if (!client_->IsPasteAndGoEnabled())
return false;
if (text.length() > kMaxPasteAndGoTextLength)
return false;
AutocompleteMatch match;
ClassifyString(text, &match, nullptr);
return match.destination_url.is_valid();
void OmniboxEditModel::PasteAndGo(const base::string16& text,
base::TimeTicks match_selection_timestamp) {
UMA_HISTOGRAM_COUNTS_1M("Omnibox.PasteAndGo", 1);
AutocompleteMatch match;
GURL alternate_nav_url;
ClassifyString(text, &match, &alternate_nav_url);
view_->OpenMatch(match, WindowOpenDisposition::CURRENT_TAB, alternate_nav_url,
text, OmniboxPopupModel::kNoMatch,
bool OmniboxEditModel::ClassifiesAsSearch(const base::string16& text) const {
AutocompleteMatch match;
ClassifyString(text, &match, nullptr);
return AutocompleteMatch::IsSearchType(match.type);
void OmniboxEditModel::AcceptInput(WindowOpenDisposition disposition,
bool for_drop,
base::TimeTicks match_selection_timestamp) {
// Get the URL and transition type for the selected entry.
GURL alternate_nav_url;
AutocompleteMatch match = CurrentMatch(&alternate_nav_url);
// If CTRL is down it means the user wants to append ".com" to the text they
// typed. If we can successfully generate a URL_WHAT_YOU_TYPED match doing
// that, then we use this. These matches are marked as generated by the
// HistoryURLProvider so we only generate them if this provider is present.
if (control_key_state_ == DOWN && !is_keyword_selected() &&
autocomplete_controller()->history_url_provider()) {
// Generate a new AutocompleteInput, copying the latest one but using "com"
// as the desired TLD. Then use this autocomplete input to generate a
// URL_WHAT_YOU_TYPED AutocompleteMatch. Note that using the most recent
// input instead of the currently visible text means we'll ignore any
// visible inline autocompletion: if a user types "foo" and is autocompleted
// to "", ctrl-enter will navigate to "", not
// "". At the time of writing, this behavior matches
// Internet Explorer, but not Firefox.
AutocompleteInput input(
has_temporary_text_ ? view_->GetText() : input_.text(),
input_.cursor_position(), "com", input_.current_page_classification(),
input_ = input;
AutocompleteMatch url_match(
input_, input_.canonicalized_url(), false));
if (url_match.destination_url.is_valid()) {
// We have a valid URL, we use this newly generated AutocompleteMatch.
match = url_match;
alternate_nav_url = GURL();
if (!match.destination_url.is_valid())
if (ui::PageTransitionCoreTypeIs(match.transition,
(match.destination_url == PermanentURL())) {
// When the user hit enter on the existing permanent URL, treat it like a
// reload for scoring purposes. We could detect this by just checking
// user_input_in_progress_, but it seems better to treat "edits" that end
// up leaving the URL unchanged (e.g. deleting the last character and then
// retyping it) as reloads too. We exclude non-TYPED transitions because if
// the transition is GENERATED, the user input something that looked
// different from the current URL, even if it wound up at the same place
// (e.g. manually retyping the same search query), and it seems wrong to
// treat this as a reload.
match.transition = ui::PAGE_TRANSITION_RELOAD;
} else if (for_drop ||
((paste_state_ != NONE) &&
(match.type == AutocompleteMatchType::URL_WHAT_YOU_TYPED))) {
// When the user pasted in a URL and hit enter, score it like a link click
// rather than a normal typed URL, so it doesn't get inline autocompleted
// as aggressively later.
match.transition = ui::PAGE_TRANSITION_LINK;
view_->OpenMatch(match, disposition, alternate_nav_url, base::string16(),
popup_model()->selected_line(), match_selection_timestamp);
void OmniboxEditModel::EnterKeywordModeForDefaultSearchProvider(
OmniboxEventProto::KeywordModeEntryMethod entry_method) {
if (!client_->IsDefaultSearchProviderEnabled())
keyword_ =
is_keyword_hint_ = false;
keyword_mode_entry_method_ = entry_method;
base::string16 display_text =
user_input_in_progress_ ? view_->GetText() : base::string16();
size_t caret_pos = display_text.length();
if (entry_method == OmniboxEventProto::QUESTION_MARK) {
display_text.erase(0, 1);
caret_pos = 0;
view_->SetWindowTextAndCaretPos(display_text, caret_pos, true, false);
if (entry_method == OmniboxEventProto::KEYBOARD_SHORTCUT)
void OmniboxEditModel::OpenMatch(AutocompleteMatch match,
WindowOpenDisposition disposition,
const GURL& alternate_nav_url,
const base::string16& pasted_text,
size_t index,
base::TimeTicks match_selection_timestamp) {
const base::TimeTicks& now(base::TimeTicks::Now());
base::TimeDelta elapsed_time_since_user_first_modified_omnibox(
now - time_user_first_modified_omnibox_);
elapsed_time_since_user_first_modified_omnibox, &match);
// TODO(orinj): This is being used to distinguish between button
// press and other (keyboard/click) acceptance of suggestion but
// if in-suggestion side button Pedals are liked/kept by UX & PM then
// the meaning should be clarified. Instead of relying on SWITCH_TO_TAB,
// it may make sense to add a new disposition and change/move this code.
const bool button_pressed =
disposition == WindowOpenDisposition::SWITCH_TO_TAB;
if (match.pedal && match.pedal->ShouldExecute(button_pressed)) {
// This block resets omnibox to unedited state and closes popup, which
// may not seem necessary in cases of navigation but makes sense for
// taking Pedal actions in general.
base::AutoReset<bool> tmp(&in_revert_, true);
OmniboxPedal::ExecutionContext context(*client_, *controller_,
base::string16 input_text(pasted_text);
if (input_text.empty())
input_text = user_input_in_progress_ ? user_text_ : url_for_editing_;
// Create a dummy AutocompleteInput for use in calling SuggestExactInput()
// to create an alternate navigational match.
AutocompleteInput alternate_input(input_text, ClassifyPage(),
// Somehow we can occasionally get here with no active tab. It's not
// clear why this happens.
std::unique_ptr<OmniboxNavigationObserver> observer(
input_text, match,
alternate_input, alternate_nav_url, false)));
base::TimeDelta elapsed_time_since_last_change_to_default_match(
now - autocomplete_controller()->last_time_default_match_changed());
// These elapsed times don't really make sense for matches that come from
// omnibox focus (because the user did not modify the omnibox), so for those
// we set the elapsed times to something that will be ignored by
// They also don't necessarily make sense if the omnibox
// dropdown is closed or the user used a paste-and-go action. (In most
// cases when this happens, the user never modified the omnibox.)
const bool popup_open = PopupIsOpen();
if (input_.from_omnibox_focus() || !popup_open || !pasted_text.empty()) {
const base::TimeDelta default_time_delta =
elapsed_time_since_user_first_modified_omnibox = default_time_delta;
elapsed_time_since_last_change_to_default_match = default_time_delta;
// If the popup is closed or this is a paste-and-go action (meaning the
// contents of the dropdown are ignored regardless), we record for logging
// purposes a selected_index of 0 and a suggestion list as having a single
// entry of the match used.
const bool dropdown_ignored = !popup_open || !pasted_text.empty();
ACMatches fake_single_entry_matches;
AutocompleteResult fake_single_entry_result;
fake_single_entry_result.AppendMatches(input_, fake_single_entry_matches);
OmniboxLog log(
input_.from_omnibox_focus() ? base::string16() : input_text,
just_deleted_text_, input_.type(), is_keyword_selected(),
keyword_mode_entry_method_, popup_open, dropdown_ignored ? 0 : index,
disposition, !pasted_text.empty(),
SessionID::InvalidValue(), // don't know tab ID; set later if appropriate
ClassifyPage(), elapsed_time_since_user_first_modified_omnibox,
match.allowed_to_be_default_match ? match.inline_autocompletion.length()
: base::string16::npos,
dropdown_ignored ? fake_single_entry_result : result());
DCHECK(dropdown_ignored ||
(log.elapsed_time_since_user_first_modified_omnibox >=
<< "We should've got the notification that the user modified the "
<< "omnibox text at same time or before the most recent time the "
<< "default match changed.";
if ((disposition == WindowOpenDisposition::CURRENT_TAB) &&
client_->CurrentPageExists()) {
// If we know the destination is being opened in the current tab,
// we can easily get the tab ID. (If it's being opened in a new
// tab, we don't know the tab ID yet.)
log.tab_id = client_->GetSessionID();
LOCAL_HISTOGRAM_BOOLEAN("Omnibox.EventCount", true);
if (!last_omnibox_focus_.is_null()) {
// Only record focus to open time when a focus actually happened (as
// opposed to, say, dragging a link onto the omnibox).
now - last_omnibox_focus_);
TemplateURLService* service = client_->GetTemplateURLService();
TemplateURL* template_url = match.GetTemplateURL(service, false);
if (template_url) {
if (ui::PageTransitionTypeIncludingQualifiersIs(
match.transition, ui::PAGE_TRANSITION_KEYWORD)) {
// The user is using a non-substituting keyword or is explicitly in
// keyword mode.
// Don't increment usage count for extension keywords.
if (client_->ProcessExtensionKeyword(template_url, match, disposition,
observer.get())) {
if (disposition != WindowOpenDisposition::NEW_BACKGROUND_TAB)
} else {
match.transition, ui::PAGE_TRANSITION_GENERATED));
// NOTE: We purposefully don't increment the usage count of the default
// search engine here like we do for explicit keywords above; see comments
// in template_url.h.
SearchEngineType search_engine_type = match.destination_url.is_valid() ?
TemplateURLPrepopulateData::GetEngineType(match.destination_url) :
UMA_HISTOGRAM_ENUMERATION("Omnibox.SearchEngineType", search_engine_type,
} else {
// |match| is a URL navigation, not a search.
// For logging the below histogram, only record uses that depend on the
// omnibox suggestion system, i.e., TYPED navigations. That is, exclude
// omnibox URL interactions that are treated as reloads or link-following
// (i.e., cut-and-paste of URLs).
if (ui::PageTransitionTypeIncludingQualifiersIs(match.transition,
if (disposition != WindowOpenDisposition::NEW_BACKGROUND_TAB) {
base::AutoReset<bool> tmp(&in_revert_, true);
view_->RevertAll(); // Revert the box to its unedited state.
// Track whether the destination URL sends us to a search results page
// using the default search provider.
TemplateURLService* template_url_service = client_->GetTemplateURLService();
if (template_url_service &&
match.destination_url)) {
if (match.destination_url.is_valid()) {
// This calls RevertAll again.
base::AutoReset<bool> tmp(&in_revert_, true);
match.destination_url, disposition,
ui::PageTransitionFromInt(match.transition |
match.type, match_selection_timestamp);
// The observer should have been synchronously notified of a pending load.
if (observer && observer->HasSeenPendingLoad())
ignore_result(observer.release()); // The observer will delete itself.
BookmarkModel* bookmark_model = client_->GetBookmarkModel();
if (bookmark_model && bookmark_model->IsBookmarked(match.destination_url))
bool OmniboxEditModel::AcceptKeyword(
OmniboxEventProto::KeywordModeEntryMethod entry_method) {
DCHECK(is_keyword_hint_ && !keyword_.empty());
is_keyword_hint_ = false;
keyword_mode_entry_method_ = entry_method;
user_text_ = MaybeStripKeyword(user_text_);
if (PopupIsOpen())
StartAutocomplete(false, true);
// When entering keyword mode via tab, the new text to show is whatever the
// newly-selected match in the dropdown is. When entering via space, however,
// we should make sure to use the actual |user_text_| as the basis for the new
// text. This ensures that if the user types "<keyword><space>" and the
// default match would have inline autocompleted a further string (e.g.
// because there's a past multi-word search beginning with this keyword), the
// inline autocompletion doesn't get filled in as the keyword search query
// text.
// We also treat tabbing into keyword mode like tabbing through the popup in
// that we set |has_temporary_text_|, whereas pressing space is treated like
// a new keystroke that changes the current match instead of overlaying it
// with a temporary one. This is important because rerunning autocomplete
// after the user pressed space, which will have happened just before reaching
// here, may have generated a new match, which the user won't actually see and
// which we don't want to switch back to when exiting keyword mode; see
// comments in ClearKeyword().
if (entry_method == OmniboxEventProto::TAB) {
// Ensure the current selection is saved before showing keyword mode
// so that moving to another line and then reverting the text will restore
// the current state properly.
bool save_original_selection = !has_temporary_text_;
has_temporary_text_ = true;
const AutocompleteMatch& match = CurrentMatch(nullptr);
original_url_ = match.destination_url;
match, save_original_selection, true);
} else {
const AutocompleteMatch& match = CurrentMatch(nullptr);
view_->OnTemporaryTextMaybeChanged(user_text_, match, false, true);
return true;
void OmniboxEditModel::AcceptTemporaryTextAsUserText() {
has_temporary_text_ = false;
if (user_input_in_progress_ || !in_revert_)
void OmniboxEditModel::ClearKeyword() {
if (!is_keyword_selected())
// While we're always in keyword mode upon reaching here, sometimes we've just
// toggled in via space or tab, and sometimes we're on a non-toggled line
// (usually because the user has typed a search string). Keep track of the
// difference, as we'll need it below. popup_model() may be nullptr in tests.
bool was_toggled_into_keyword_mode =
popup_model() &&
popup_model()->selected_line_state() == OmniboxPopupModel::KEYWORD;
// There are several possible states we could have been in before the user hit
// backspace or shift-tab to enter this function:
// (1) was_toggled_into_keyword_mode == false, has_temporary_text_ == false
// The user typed a further key after being in keyword mode already, e.g.
// " f".
// (2) was_toggled_into_keyword_mode == false, has_temporary_text_ == true
// The user tabbed away from a dropdown entry in keyword mode, then tabbed
// back to it, e.g. " f<tab><shift-tab>".
// (3) was_toggled_into_keyword_mode == true, has_temporary_text_ == false
// The user had just typed space to enter keyword mode, e.g.
// " ".
// (4) was_toggled_into_keyword_mode == true, has_temporary_text_ == true
// The user had just typed tab to enter keyword mode, e.g.
// "<tab>".
// For states 1-3, we can safely handle the exit from keyword mode by using
// OnBefore/AfterPossibleChange() to do a complete state update of all
// objects. However, with state 4, if we do this, and if the user had tabbed
// into keyword mode on a line in the middle of the dropdown instead of the
// first line, then the state update will rerun autocompletion and reset the
// whole dropdown, and end up with the first line selected instead, instead of
// just "undoing" the keyword mode entry on the non-first line. So in this
// case we simply reset |is_keyword_hint_| to true and update the window text.
// You might wonder why we don't simply do this in all cases. In states 1-2,
// getting out of keyword mode likely shouldn't put us in keyword hint mode;
// if the user typed " f" and then put the cursor before 'f' and hit
// backspace, the resulting text would be "google.comf", which is unlikely to
// be a keyword. Unconditionally putting things back in keyword hint mode is
// going to lead to internally inconsistent state, and possible future
// crashes. State 3 is more subtle; here we need to do the full state update
// because before entering keyword mode to begin with, we will have re-run
// autocomplete in ways that can produce surprising results if we just switch
// back out of keyword mode. For example, if a user has a keyword named "x",
// an inline-autocompletable history site "", and a lower-ranked
// inline-autocompletable search "x y", then typing "x" will inline-
// autocomplete to "", hitting space will toggle into keyword mode, but
// then hitting backspace could wind up with the default match as the "x y"
// search, which feels bizarre.
if (was_toggled_into_keyword_mode && has_temporary_text_) {
// State 4 above.
is_keyword_hint_ = true;
keyword_mode_entry_method_ = OmniboxEventProto::INVALID;
const base::string16 window_text = keyword_ + view_->GetText();
view_->SetWindowTextAndCaretPos(window_text, keyword_.length(), false,
} else {
// States 1-3 above.
// Add a space after the keyword to allow the user to continue typing
// without re-enabling keyword mode. The common case is state 3, where
// the user entered keyword mode unintentionally, so backspacing
// immediately out of keyword mode should keep the space. In states 1 and
// 2, having the space is "safer" behavior. For instance, if the user types
// " f" or "<tab>f" in the omnibox, moves the cursor to
// the left, and presses backspace to leave keyword mode (state 1), it's
// better to have the space because it may be what the user wanted. The
// user can easily delete it. On the other hand, if there is no space and
// the user wants it, it's more work to add because typing the space will
// enter keyword mode, which then the user would have to leave again.
// If we entered keyword mode in a special way like using a keyboard
// shortcut or typing a question mark in a blank omnibox, don't restore the
// keyword. Instead, restore the question mark iff the user originally
// typed one.
base::string16 prefix;
if (keyword_mode_entry_method_ == OmniboxEventProto::QUESTION_MARK)
prefix = base::ASCIIToUTF16("?");
else if (keyword_mode_entry_method_ != OmniboxEventProto::KEYBOARD_SHORTCUT)
prefix = keyword_ + base::ASCIIToUTF16(" ");
is_keyword_hint_ = false;
keyword_mode_entry_method_ = OmniboxEventProto::INVALID;
view_->SetWindowTextAndCaretPos(prefix + view_->GetText(), prefix.length(),
false, false);
void OmniboxEditModel::OnSetFocus(bool control_down) {
last_omnibox_focus_ = base::TimeTicks::Now();
user_input_since_focus_ = false;
// If the omnibox lost focus while the caret was hidden and then regained
// focus, OnSetFocus() is called and should restore visibility. Note that
// focus can be regained without an accompanying call to
// OmniboxView::SetFocus(), e.g. by tabbing in.
// On focusing the omnibox, if the ctrl key is pressed, we don't want to
// trigger ctrl-enter behavior unless it is released and re-pressed. For
// example, if the user presses ctrl-l to focus the omnibox.
control_key_state_ = control_down ? DOWN_AND_CONSUMED : UP;
// Try to get ZeroSuggest suggestions if a page is loaded and the user has
// not been typing in the omnibox. The |user_input_in_progress_| check is
// used to detect the case where this function is called after right-clicking
// in the omnibox and selecting paste in Linux (in which case we actually get
// the OnSetFocus() call after the process of handling the paste has kicked
// off).
// TODO(hfung): Remove this when crbug/271590 is fixed.
if (client_->CurrentPageExists() && !user_input_in_progress_) {
// We avoid PermanentURL() here because it's not guaranteed to give us the
// actual underlying current URL, e.g. if we're on the NTP and the
// |url_for_editing_| is empty.
input_ = AutocompleteInput(url_for_editing_, ClassifyPage(),
if (user_input_in_progress_ || !in_revert_)
void OmniboxEditModel::SetCaretVisibility(bool visible) {
// Caret visibility only matters if the omnibox has focus.
if (focus_state_ != OMNIBOX_FOCUS_NONE) {
void OmniboxEditModel::ConsumeCtrlKey() {
if (control_key_state_ == DOWN)
control_key_state_ = DOWN_AND_CONSUMED;
void OmniboxEditModel::OnWillKillFocus() {
if (user_input_in_progress_ || !in_revert_)
void OmniboxEditModel::OnKillFocus() {
focus_source_ = INVALID;
last_omnibox_focus_ = base::TimeTicks();
paste_state_ = NONE;
control_key_state_ = UP;
#if defined(OS_WIN)
bool OmniboxEditModel::WillHandleEscapeKey() const {
return user_input_in_progress_ ||
(has_temporary_text_ &&
(CurrentMatch(nullptr).destination_url != original_url_));
bool OmniboxEditModel::OnEscapeKeyPressed() {
if (has_temporary_text_ &&
(CurrentMatch(nullptr).destination_url != original_url_)) {
return true;
// We do not clear the pending entry from the omnibox when a load is first
// stopped. If the user presses Escape while stopped, whether editing or not,
// we clear it.
if (client_->CurrentPageExists() && !client_->IsLoading()) {
if (!user_text_.empty()) {
// Unconditionally revert/select all. This ensures any popup, whether due to
// normal editing or ZeroSuggest, is closed, and the full text is selected.
// This in turn allows the user to use escape to quickly select all the text
// for ease of replacement, and matches other browsers.
bool user_input_was_in_progress = user_input_in_progress_;
// If the user was in the midst of editing, don't cancel any underlying page
// load. This doesn't match IE or Firefox, but seems more correct. Note that
// we do allow the page load to be stopped in the case where ZeroSuggest was
// visible; this is so that it's still possible to focus the address bar and
// hit escape once to stop a load even if the address being loaded triggers
// the ZeroSuggest popup.
return user_input_was_in_progress;
void OmniboxEditModel::OnControlKeyChanged(bool pressed) {
if (pressed == (control_key_state_ == UP))
control_key_state_ = pressed ? DOWN : UP;
void OmniboxEditModel::OnPaste() {
UMA_HISTOGRAM_COUNTS_1M("Omnibox.Paste", 1);
paste_state_ = PASTING;
void OmniboxEditModel::OnUpOrDownKeyPressed(int count) {
// NOTE: This purposefully doesn't trigger any code that resets paste_state_.
if (PopupIsOpen()) {
// The popup is open, so the user should be able to interact with it
// normally.
if (!query_in_progress()) {
// The popup is neither open nor working on a query already. So, start an
// autocomplete query for the current text. This also sets
// user_input_in_progress_ to true, which we want: if the user has started
// to interact with the popup, changing the url_for_editing_ shouldn't
// change the displayed text.
// Note: This does not force the popup to open immediately.
// TODO(pkasting): We should, in fact, force this particular query to open
// the popup immediately.
if (!user_input_in_progress_)
// TODO(pkasting): The popup is working on a query but is not open. We should
// force it to open immediately.
void OmniboxEditModel::OnPopupDataChanged(
const base::string16& text,
GURL* destination_for_temporary_text_change,
const base::string16& keyword,
bool is_keyword_hint) {
// The popup changed its data, the match in the controller is no longer valid.
// Update keyword/hint-related local state.
bool keyword_state_changed = (keyword_ != keyword) ||
((is_keyword_hint_ != is_keyword_hint) && !keyword.empty());
if (keyword_state_changed) {
bool keyword_was_selected = is_keyword_selected();
keyword_ = keyword;
is_keyword_hint_ = is_keyword_hint;
if (!keyword_was_selected && is_keyword_selected()) {
// We just entered keyword mode, so remove the keyword from the input.
user_text_ = MaybeStripKeyword(user_text_);
// Since we entered keyword mode, record the reason. Note that we
// don't do this simply because the keyword changes, since the user
// never left keyword mode.
keyword_mode_entry_method_ = OmniboxEventProto::SELECT_SUGGESTION;
} else if (!is_keyword_selected()) {
// We've left keyword mode, so align the entry method field with that.
keyword_mode_entry_method_ = OmniboxEventProto::INVALID;
// |is_keyword_hint_| should always be false if |keyword_| is empty.
DCHECK(!keyword_.empty() || !is_keyword_hint_);
// Handle changes to temporary text.
if (destination_for_temporary_text_change) {
const bool save_original_selection = !has_temporary_text_;
if (save_original_selection) {
// Save the original selection and URL so it can be reverted later.
has_temporary_text_ = true;
original_url_ = *destination_for_temporary_text_change;
// Arrowing around the popup cancels control-enter.
// Now things are a bit screwy: the desired_tld has changed, but if we
// update the popup, the new order of entries won't match the old, so the
// user's selection gets screwy; and if we don't update the popup, and the
// user reverts, then the selected item will be as if control is still
// pressed, even though maybe it isn't any more. There is no obvious
// right answer here :(
const AutocompleteMatch& match = CurrentMatch(nullptr);
view_->OnTemporaryTextMaybeChanged(MaybeStripKeyword(text), match,
save_original_selection, true);
bool call_controller_onchanged = true;
inline_autocomplete_text_ = text;
if (inline_autocomplete_text_.empty())
const base::string16& user_text =
user_input_in_progress_ ? user_text_ : view_->GetText();
if (keyword_state_changed && is_keyword_selected()) {
// If we reach here, the user most likely entered keyword mode by inserting
// a space between a keyword name and a search string (as pressing space or
// tab after the keyword name alone would have been be handled in
// MaybeAcceptKeywordBySpace() by calling AcceptKeyword(), which won't reach
// here). In this case, we don't want to call
// OnInlineAutocompleteTextMaybeChanged() as normal, because that will
// correctly change the text (to the search string alone) but move the caret
// to the end of the string; instead we want the caret at the start of the
// search string since that's where it was in the original input. So we set
// the text and caret position directly.
// It may also be possible to reach here if we're reverting from having
// temporary text back to a default match that's a keyword search, but in
// that case the RevertTemporaryText() call below will reset the caret or
// selection correctly so the caret positioning we do here won't matter.
view_->SetWindowTextAndCaretPos(user_text, 0, false, false);
} else if (view_->OnInlineAutocompleteTextMaybeChanged(
user_text + inline_autocomplete_text_, user_text.length())) {
call_controller_onchanged = false;
// If |has_temporary_text_| is true, then we previously had a manual selection
// but now don't (or |destination_for_temporary_text_change| would have been
// non-null). This can happen when deleting the selected item in the popup.
// In this case, we've already reverted the popup to the default match, so we
// need to revert ourselves as well.
if (has_temporary_text_) {
call_controller_onchanged = false;
// We need to invoke OnChanged in case the destination url changed (as could
// happen when control is toggled).
if (call_controller_onchanged)
bool OmniboxEditModel::OnAfterPossibleChange(
const OmniboxView::StateChanges& state_changes,
bool allow_keyword_ui_change) {
// Update the paste state as appropriate: if we're just finishing a paste
// that replaced all the text, preserve that information; otherwise, if we've
// made some other edit, clear paste tracking.
if (paste_state_ == PASTING)
paste_state_ = PASTED;
else if (state_changes.text_differs)
paste_state_ = NONE;
if (state_changes.text_differs || state_changes.selection_differs) {
// Record current focus state for this input if we haven't already.
if (focus_source_ == INVALID) {
// We should generally expect the omnibox to have focus at this point, but
// it doesn't always on Linux. This is because, unlike other platforms,
// right clicking in the omnibox on Linux doesn't focus it. So pasting via
// right-click can change the contents without focusing the omnibox.
// TODO(samarth): fix Linux focus behavior and add a DCHECK here to
// check that the omnibox does have focus.
focus_source_ =
// Restore caret visibility whenever the user changes text or selection in
// the omnibox.
// When the user performs an action with the ctrl key pressed down, we assume
// the ctrl key was intended for that action. If they then press enter without
// releasing the ctrl key, we prevent "ctrl-enter" behavior.
// If the user text does not need to be changed, return now, so we don't
// change any other state, lest arrowing around the omnibox do something like
// reset |just_deleted_text_|. Note that modifying the selection accepts any
// inline autocompletion, which results in a user text change.
if (!state_changes.text_differs &&
(!state_changes.selection_differs || inline_autocomplete_text_.empty())) {
if (state_changes.keyword_differs) {
// We won't need the below logic for creating a keyword by a space at the
// end or in the middle, or by typing a '?', but we do need to update the
// popup view because the keyword can change without the text changing,
// for example when the keyword is "" and the user presses
// ctrl-k to change it to "", or if the user text is empty and
// the user presses backspace.
return state_changes.keyword_differs;
has_temporary_text_ = false;
just_deleted_text_ = state_changes.just_deleted_text;
if (user_input_in_progress_ && user_text_.empty()) {
// Log cases where the user started editing and then subsequently cleared
// all the text. Note that this explicitly doesn't catch cases like
// "hit ctrl-l to select whole edit contents, then hit backspace", because
// in such cases, |user_input_in_progress| won't be true here.
const bool no_selection =
state_changes.new_sel_start == state_changes.new_sel_end;
// Update the popup for the change, in the process changing to keyword mode
// if the user hit space in mid-string after a keyword.
// |allow_exact_keyword_match_| will be used by StartAutocomplete() method,
// which will be called by |view_->UpdatePopup()|; so after that returns we
// can safely reset this flag.
allow_exact_keyword_match_ =
state_changes.text_differs && allow_keyword_ui_change &&
!state_changes.just_deleted_text && no_selection &&
*state_changes.old_text, user_text_, state_changes.new_sel_start);
if (allow_exact_keyword_match_) {
keyword_mode_entry_method_ = OmniboxEventProto::SPACE_IN_MIDDLE;
allow_exact_keyword_match_ = false;
if (!state_changes.text_differs || !allow_keyword_ui_change ||
(state_changes.just_deleted_text && no_selection) ||
is_keyword_selected() || (paste_state_ != NONE))
return true;
// If the user input a "?" at the beginning of the text, put them into
// keyword mode for their default search provider.
if ((state_changes.new_sel_start == 1) && (user_text_[0] == '?')) {
return false;
// Change to keyword mode if the user is now pressing space after a keyword
// name. Note that if this is the case, then even if there was no keyword
// hint when we entered this function (e.g. if the user has used space to
// replace some selected text that was adjoined to this keyword), there will
// be one now because of the call to UpdatePopup() above; so it's safe for
// MaybeAcceptKeywordBySpace() to look at |keyword_| and |is_keyword_hint_|
// to determine what keyword, if any, is applicable.
// If MaybeAcceptKeywordBySpace() accepts the keyword and returns true, that
// will have updated our state already, so in that case we don't also return
// true from this function.
return (state_changes.new_sel_start != user_text_.length()) ||
// TODO(beaudoin): Merge OnPopupDataChanged with this method once the popup
// handling has completely migrated to omnibox_controller.
void OmniboxEditModel::OnCurrentMatchChanged() {
has_temporary_text_ = false;
const AutocompleteMatch& match = omnibox_controller_->current_match();
// We store |keyword| and |is_keyword_hint| in temporary variables since
// OnPopupDataChanged use their previous state to detect changes.
base::string16 keyword;
bool is_keyword_hint;
TemplateURLService* service = client_->GetTemplateURLService();
match.GetKeywordUIState(service, &keyword, &is_keyword_hint);
if (popup_model())
// OnPopupDataChanged() resets OmniboxController's |current_match_| early
// on. Therefore, copy match.inline_autocompletion to a temp to preserve
// its value across the entire call.
const base::string16 inline_autocompletion(match.inline_autocompletion);
OnPopupDataChanged(inline_autocompletion, nullptr, keyword, is_keyword_hint);
// static
const char OmniboxEditModel::kCutOrCopyAllTextHistogram[] =
bool OmniboxEditModel::PopupIsOpen() const {
return popup_model() && popup_model()->IsOpen();
void OmniboxEditModel::InternalSetUserText(const base::string16& text) {
user_text_ = text;
just_deleted_text_ = false;
base::string16 OmniboxEditModel::MaybeStripKeyword(
const base::string16& text) const {
return is_keyword_selected() ?
KeywordProvider::SplitReplacementStringFromInput(text, false) : text;
base::string16 OmniboxEditModel::MaybePrependKeyword(
const base::string16& text) const {
return is_keyword_selected() ? (keyword_ + base::char16(' ') + text) : text;
void OmniboxEditModel::GetInfoForCurrentText(AutocompleteMatch* match,
GURL* alternate_nav_url) const {
if (query_in_progress() || PopupIsOpen()) {
if (query_in_progress()) {
// It's technically possible for |result| to be empty if no provider
// returns a synchronous result but the query has not completed
// synchronously; practically, however, that should never actually happen.
if (result().empty())
// The user cannot have manually selected a match, or the query would have
// stopped. So the default match must be the desired selection.
*match = *result().default_match();
} else {
// If there are no results, the popup should be closed, so we shouldn't
// have gotten here.
CHECK(popup_model()->selected_line() < result().size());
const AutocompleteMatch& selected_match =
*match =
(popup_model()->selected_line_state() == OmniboxPopupModel::KEYWORD) ?
*selected_match.associated_keyword : selected_match;
if (alternate_nav_url &&
(!popup_model() || !popup_model()->has_selected_match()))
*alternate_nav_url = result().alternate_nav_url();
} else {
LocationBarModel* location_bar_model = controller()->GetLocationBarModel();
base::string16 text_for_match_generation =
(user_input_in_progress() ||
? view_->GetText()
: url_for_editing_;
MaybePrependKeyword(text_for_match_generation), is_keyword_selected(),
true, ClassifyPage(), match, alternate_nav_url);
void OmniboxEditModel::RevertTemporaryText(bool revert_popup) {
// The user typed something, then selected a different item. Restore the
// text they typed and change back to the default item.
// NOTE: This purposefully does not reset paste_state_.
just_deleted_text_ = false;
has_temporary_text_ = false;
if (revert_popup && popup_model())
bool OmniboxEditModel::MaybeAcceptKeywordBySpace(
const base::string16& new_text) {
size_t keyword_length = new_text.length() - 1;
return is_keyword_hint_ && (keyword_.length() == keyword_length) &&
IsSpaceCharForAcceptingKeyword(new_text[keyword_length]) &&
!, keyword_length, keyword_, 0, keyword_length) &&
bool OmniboxEditModel::CreatedKeywordSearchByInsertingSpaceInMiddle(
const base::string16& old_text,
const base::string16& new_text,
size_t caret_position) const {
DCHECK_GE(new_text.length(), caret_position);
// Check simple conditions first.
if ((paste_state_ != NONE) || (caret_position < 2) ||
(old_text.length() < caret_position) ||
(new_text.length() == caret_position))
return false;
size_t space_position = caret_position - 1;
if (!IsSpaceCharForAcceptingKeyword(new_text[space_position]) ||
base::IsUnicodeWhitespace(new_text[space_position - 1]) ||, space_position, old_text, 0, space_position) ||
!, new_text.length() - space_position,
old_text, space_position,
old_text.length() - space_position)) {
return false;
// Then check if the text before the inserted space matches a keyword.
base::string16 keyword;
base::TrimWhitespace(new_text.substr(0, space_position), base::TRIM_LEADING,
return !keyword.empty() && !autocomplete_controller()->keyword_provider()->
// static
bool OmniboxEditModel::IsSpaceCharForAcceptingKeyword(wchar_t c) {
switch (c) {
case 0x0020: // Space
case 0x3000: // Ideographic Space
return true;
return false;
OmniboxEventProto::PageClassification OmniboxEditModel::ClassifyPage() const {
if (!client_->CurrentPageExists())
return OmniboxEventProto::OTHER;
if (focus_source_ == SEARCH_BUTTON)
if (client_->IsInstantNTP()) {
// Note that we treat OMNIBOX as the source if focus_source_ is INVALID,
// i.e., if input isn't actually in progress.
return (focus_source_ == FAKEBOX) ?
const GURL& gurl = client_->GetURL();
if (!gurl.is_valid())
return OmniboxEventProto::INVALID_SPEC;
if (client_->IsNewTabPage(gurl))
return OmniboxEventProto::NTP;
if (gurl.spec() == url::kAboutBlankURL)
return OmniboxEventProto::BLANK;
if (client_->IsHomePage(gurl))
return OmniboxEventProto::HOME_PAGE;
if (client_->IsSearchResultsPage())
return OmniboxEventProto::OTHER;
void OmniboxEditModel::ClassifyString(const base::string16& text,
AutocompleteMatch* match,
GURL* alternate_nav_url) const {
text, false, false, ClassifyPage(), match, alternate_nav_url);
bool OmniboxEditModel::SetInputInProgressNoNotify(bool in_progress) {
if (in_progress && !user_input_since_focus_) {
base::TimeTicks now = base::TimeTicks::Now();
DCHECK(last_omnibox_focus_ <= now);
UMA_HISTOGRAM_TIMES(kFocusToEditTimeHistogram, now - last_omnibox_focus_);
user_input_since_focus_ = true;
if (user_input_in_progress_ == in_progress)
return false;
user_input_in_progress_ = in_progress;
if (user_input_in_progress_) {
time_user_first_modified_omnibox_ = base::TimeTicks::Now();
return true;
void OmniboxEditModel::NotifyObserversInputInProgress(bool in_progress) {
if (user_input_in_progress_ || !in_revert_)
void OmniboxEditModel::SetFocusState(OmniboxFocusState state,
OmniboxFocusChangeReason reason) {
if (state == focus_state_)
// Update state and notify view if the omnibox has focus and the caret
// visibility changed.
const bool was_caret_visible = is_caret_visible();
focus_state_ = state;
if (focus_state_ != OMNIBOX_FOCUS_NONE &&
is_caret_visible() != was_caret_visible)
client_->OnFocusChanged(focus_state_, reason);