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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.
#include "ash/display/screen_position_controller.h"
#include "ash/public/cpp/shell_window_ids.h"
#include "ash/shell.h"
#include "ash/wm/window_positioning_utils.h"
#include "ash/wm/window_properties.h"
#include "ash/wm/window_state.h"
#include "ui/aura/window.h"
#include "ui/aura/window_tree_host.h"
#include "ui/compositor/dip_util.h"
#include "ui/display/display.h"
#include "ui/display/screen.h"
#include "ui/wm/core/window_properties.h"
#include "ui/wm/core/window_util.h"
namespace ash {
// static
void ScreenPositionController::ConvertHostPointToRelativeToRootWindow(
aura::Window* root_window,
const aura::Window::Windows& root_windows,
gfx::Point* point,
aura::Window** target_root) {
gfx::Point point_in_root(*point);
gfx::Rect host_bounds(root_window->GetHost()->GetBoundsInPixels().size());
if (!host_bounds.Contains(*point)) {
// This conversion is necessary to deal with X's passive input
// grab while dragging window. For example, if we have two
// displays, say 1000x1000 (primary) and 500x500 (extended one
// on the right), and start dragging a window at (999, 123), and
// then move the pointer to the right, the pointer suddenly
// warps to the extended display. The destination is (0, 123) in
// the secondary root window's coordinates, or (1000, 123) in
// the screen coordinates. However, since the mouse is captured
// by X during drag, a weird LocatedEvent, something like (0, 1123)
// in the *primary* root window's coordinates, is sent to Chrome
// (Remember that in the native X11 world, the two root windows
// are always stacked vertically regardless of the display
// layout in Ash). We need to figure out that (0, 1123) in the
// primary root window's coordinates is actually (0, 123) in the
// extended root window's coordinates.
// For now Ozone works in a similar manner as X11. Transitioning from one
// display's coordinate system to anothers may cause events in the
// primary's coordinate system which fall in the extended display.
gfx::Point location_in_native(*point);
// |point| is in the native host window coordinate. Convert it to the native
// screen coordinate.
const gfx::Point host_origin =
location_in_native.Offset(host_origin.x(), host_origin.y());
for (size_t i = 0; i < root_windows.size(); ++i) {
aura::WindowTreeHost* host = root_windows[i]->GetHost();
const gfx::Rect native_bounds = host->GetBoundsInPixels();
if (native_bounds.Contains(location_in_native)) {
*target_root = root_windows[i];
*point = location_in_native;
*target_root = root_window;
*point = point_in_root;
void ScreenPositionController::ConvertPointToScreen(const aura::Window* window,
gfx::PointF* point) {
const aura::Window* root = window->GetRootWindow();
aura::Window::ConvertPointToTarget(window, root, point);
const gfx::Point display_origin =
point->Offset(display_origin.x(), display_origin.y());
void ScreenPositionController::ConvertPointFromScreen(
const aura::Window* window,
gfx::PointF* point) {
const aura::Window* root = window->GetRootWindow();
const gfx::Point display_origin =
point->Offset(-display_origin.x(), -display_origin.y());
aura::Window::ConvertPointToTarget(root, window, point);
void ScreenPositionController::ConvertHostPointToScreen(
aura::Window* root_window,
gfx::Point* point) {
aura::Window* root = root_window->GetRootWindow();
aura::Window* target_root = nullptr;
ConvertHostPointToRelativeToRootWindow(root, Shell::GetAllRootWindows(),
point, &target_root);
aura::client::ScreenPositionClient::ConvertPointToScreen(target_root, point);
void ScreenPositionController::SetBounds(aura::Window* window,
const gfx::Rect& bounds,
const display::Display& display) {
if (!window->parent()->GetProperty(::wm::kUsesScreenCoordinatesKey)) {
wm::SetBoundsInScreen(window, bounds, display);
} // namespace ash