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// Copyright 2014 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 "ui/views_bridge_mac/views_nswindow_delegate.h"
#include "base/bind.h"
#include "base/logging.h"
#include "base/mac/mac_util.h"
#include "base/threading/thread_task_runner_handle.h"
#import "ui/views_bridge_mac/bridged_content_view.h"
#include "ui/views_bridge_mac/bridged_native_widget_host_helper.h"
#import "ui/views_bridge_mac/bridged_native_widget_impl.h"
#include "ui/views_bridge_mac/mojo/bridged_native_widget_host.mojom.h"
@implementation ViewsNSWindowDelegate
- (instancetype)initWithBridgedNativeWidget:
(views::BridgedNativeWidgetImpl*)parent {
if ((self = [super init])) {
parent_ = parent;
return self;
- (NSCursor*)cursor {
return cursor_.get();
- (void)setCursor:(NSCursor*)newCursor {
if (cursor_.get() == newCursor)
cursor_.reset([newCursor retain]);
// The window has a tracking rect that was installed in -[BridgedContentView
// initWithView:] that uses the NSTrackingCursorUpdate option. In the case
// where the window is the key window, that tracking rect will cause
// -cursorUpdate: to be sent up the responder chain, which will cause the
// cursor to be set when the message gets to the NativeWidgetMacNSWindow.
NSWindow* window = parent_->ns_window();
[window resetCursorRects];
// However, if this window isn't the key window, that tracking area will have
// no effect. This is good if this window is just some top-level window that
// isn't key, but isn't so good if this window isn't key but is a child window
// of a window that is key. To handle that case, the case where the
// -cursorUpdate: message will never be sent, just set the cursor here.
// Only do this for non-key windows so that there will be no flickering
// between cursors set here and set elsewhere.
// (This is a known issue; see
if (![window isKeyWindow]) {
NSWindow* currentWindow = window;
// Walk up the window chain. If there is a key window in the window parent
// chain, then work around the issue and set the cursor.
while (true) {
NSWindow* parentWindow = [currentWindow parentWindow];
if (!parentWindow)
currentWindow = parentWindow;
if ([currentWindow isKeyWindow]) {
[(newCursor ? newCursor : [NSCursor arrowCursor])set];
- (void)onWindowOrderChanged:(NSNotification*)notification {
- (void)onSystemControlTintChanged:(NSNotification*)notification {
- (void)sheetDidEnd:(NSWindow*)sheet
contextInfo:(void*)contextInfo {
[sheet orderOut:nil];
// NSWindowDelegate implementation.
- (void)windowDidFailToEnterFullScreen:(NSWindow*)window {
// Cocoa should already have sent an (unexpected) windowDidExitFullScreen:
// notification, and the attempt to get back into fullscreen should fail.
// Nothing to do except verify |parent_| is no longer trying to fullscreen.
- (void)windowDidFailToExitFullScreen:(NSWindow*)window {
// Unlike entering fullscreen, windowDidFailToExitFullScreen: is sent *before*
// windowDidExitFullScreen:. Also, failing to exit fullscreen just dumps the
// window out of fullscreen without an animation; still sending the expected,
// windowDidExitFullScreen: notification. So, again, nothing to do here.
- (void)windowDidResize:(NSNotification*)notification {
- (void)windowDidMove:(NSNotification*)notification {
// Note: windowDidMove: is sent only once at the end of a window drag. There
// is also windowWillMove: sent at the start, also once. When the window is
// being moved by the WindowServer live updates are not provided.
- (void)windowDidBecomeKey:(NSNotification*)notification {
- (void)windowDidResignKey:(NSNotification*)notification {
- (BOOL)windowShouldClose:(id)sender {
bool canWindowClose = true;
return canWindowClose;
- (void)windowWillClose:(NSNotification*)notification {
NSWindow* window = parent_->ns_window();
if (NSWindow* sheetParent = [window sheetParent]) {
// On no! Something called -[NSWindow close] on a sheet rather than calling
// -[NSWindow endSheet:] on its parent. If the modal session is not ended
// then the parent will never be able to show another sheet. But calling
// -endSheet: here will block the thread with an animation, so post a task.
// Use a block: The argument to -endSheet: must be retained, since it's the
// window that is closing and -performSelector: won't retain the argument
// (putting |window| on the stack above causes this block to retain it).
FROM_HERE, base::BindOnce(base::RetainBlock(^{
[sheetParent endSheet:window];
DCHECK([window isEqual:[notification object]]);
// |self| may be deleted here (it's NSObject, so who really knows).
// |parent_| _will_ be deleted for sure.
// Note OnWindowWillClose() will clear the NSWindow delegate. That is, |self|.
// That guarantees that the task possibly-posted above will never call into
// our -sheetDidEnd:. (The task's purpose is just to unblock the modal session
// on the parent window.)
DCHECK(![window delegate]);
- (void)windowDidMiniaturize:(NSNotification*)notification {
- (void)windowDidDeminiaturize:(NSNotification*)notification {
- (void)windowDidChangeBackingProperties:(NSNotification*)notification {
- (void)windowWillEnterFullScreen:(NSNotification*)notification {
- (void)windowDidEnterFullScreen:(NSNotification*)notification {
- (void)windowWillExitFullScreen:(NSNotification*)notification {
- (void)windowDidExitFullScreen:(NSNotification*)notification {
if (base::mac::IsOS10_12()) {
// There is a window activation/fullscreen bug present only in macOS 10.12
// that might cause a security surface to appear over the wrong parent
// window. As much as this code appears to be a no-op, it is not; it causes
// AppKit to shuffle all the windows around to properly obey the
// relationships that they should already be obeying.
[[NSApp orderedWindows][0] performSelector:@selector(orderFront:)
// Allow non-resizable windows (without NSResizableWindowMask) to fill the
// screen in fullscreen mode. This only happens when
// -[NSWindow toggleFullscreen:] is called since non-resizable windows have no
// fullscreen button. Without this they would only enter fullscreen at their
// current size.
- (NSSize)window:(NSWindow*)window
willUseFullScreenContentSize:(NSSize)proposedSize {
return proposedSize;
// Override to correctly position modal dialogs.
- (NSRect)window:(NSWindow*)window
usingRect:(NSRect)defaultSheetLocation {
int32_t sheetPositionY = 0;
NSView* view = [window contentView];
NSPoint pointInView =
NSMakePoint(0, NSMaxY([view bounds]) - sheetPositionY);
NSPoint pointInWindow = [view convertPoint:pointInView toView:nil];
// As per NSWindowDelegate documentation, the origin indicates the top left
// point of the host frame in window coordinates. The width changes the
// animation from vertical to trapezoid if it is smaller than the width of the
// dialog. The height is ignored but should be set to zero.
return NSMakeRect(0, pointInWindow.y, NSWidth(defaultSheetLocation), 0);