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// Copyright 2017 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.
namespace ui {
class AXMode {
// Native accessibility APIs, specific to each platform, are enabled.
// When this mode is set that indicates the presence of a third-party
// client accessing Chrome via accessibility APIs. However, unless one
// of the modes below is set, the contents of web pages will not be
// accessible.
static constexpr uint32_t kNativeAPIs = 1 << 0;
// The renderer process will generate an accessibility tree containing
// basic information about all nodes, including role, name, value,
// state, and location. This is the minimum mode required in order for
// web contents to be accessible, and the remaining modes are meaningless
// unless this one is set.
// Note that sometimes this mode will be set when kNativeAPI is not, when the
// content layer embedder is providing accessibility support via some other
// mechanism other than what's implemented in content/browser.
static constexpr uint32_t kWebContents = 1 << 1;
// The accessibility tree will contain inline text boxes, which are
// necessary to expose information about line breaks and word boundaries.
// Without this mode, you can retrieve the plaintext value of a text field
// but not the information about how it's broken down into lines.
// Note that when this mode is off it's still possible to request inline
// text boxes for a specific node on-demand, asynchronously.
static constexpr uint32_t kInlineTextBoxes = 1 << 2;
// The accessibility tree will contain extra accessibility
// attributes typically only needed by screen readers and other
// assistive technology for blind users. Examples include text style
// attributes, table cell information, live region properties, range
// values, and relationship attributes.
static constexpr uint32_t kScreenReader = 1 << 3;
// The accessibility tree will contain the HTML tag name and HTML attributes
// for all accessibility nodes that come from web content.
static constexpr uint32_t kHTML = 1 << 4;
constexpr AXMode() : flags_(0) {}
constexpr AXMode(uint32_t flags) : flags_(flags) {}
bool has_mode(uint32_t flag) const { return (flags_ & flag) > 0; }
void set_mode(uint32_t flag, bool value) {
flags_ = value ? (flags_ | flag) : (flags_ & ~flag);
uint32_t mode() const { return flags_; }
bool operator==(AXMode rhs) const {
if (flags_ == rhs.flags_)
return true;
return false;
bool is_mode_off() const { return flags_ == 0; }
bool operator!=(AXMode rhs) const { return !(*this == rhs); }
AXMode& operator|=(const AXMode& rhs) {
flags_ |= rhs.flags_;
return *this;
uint32_t flags_;
static constexpr AXMode kAXModeWebContentsOnly(AXMode::kWebContents |
AXMode::kInlineTextBoxes |
AXMode::kScreenReader |
static constexpr AXMode kAXModeComplete(AXMode::kNativeAPIs |
AXMode::kWebContents |
AXMode::kInlineTextBoxes |
AXMode::kScreenReader | AXMode::kHTML);
} // namespace ui