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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.
#include "chrome/browser/ui/views/chrome_views_delegate.h"
#include <dwmapi.h>
#include <shellapi.h>
#include <utility>
#include "base/bind.h"
#include "base/task/post_task.h"
#include "base/win/windows_version.h"
#include "chrome/browser/ui/views/native_widget_factory.h"
#include "chrome/browser/win/app_icon.h"
#include "components/keep_alive_registry/scoped_keep_alive.h"
#include "ui/base/win/shell.h"
namespace {
bool MonitorHasAutohideTaskbarForEdge(UINT edge, HMONITOR monitor) {
APPBARDATA taskbar_data = {sizeof(APPBARDATA), NULL, 0, edge};
taskbar_data.hWnd = ::GetForegroundWindow();
// MSDN documents an ABM_GETAUTOHIDEBAREX, which supposedly takes a monitor
// rect and returns autohide bars on that monitor. This sounds like a good
// idea for multi-monitor systems. Unfortunately, it appears to not work at
// least some of the time (erroneously returning NULL) and there's almost no
// online documentation or other sample code using it that suggests ways to
// address this problem. We do the following:-
// 1. Use the ABM_GETAUTOHIDEBAR message. If it works, i.e. returns a valid
// window we are done.
// 2. If the ABM_GETAUTOHIDEBAR message does not work we query the auto hide
// state of the taskbar and then retrieve its position. That call returns
// the edge on which the taskbar is present. If it matches the edge we
// are looking for, we are done.
// NOTE: This call spins a nested run loop.
HWND taskbar = reinterpret_cast<HWND>(
SHAppBarMessage(ABM_GETAUTOHIDEBAR, &taskbar_data));
if (!::IsWindow(taskbar)) {
APPBARDATA taskbar_data = {sizeof(APPBARDATA), 0, 0, 0};
unsigned int taskbar_state = SHAppBarMessage(ABM_GETSTATE, &taskbar_data);
if (!(taskbar_state & ABS_AUTOHIDE))
return false;
taskbar_data.hWnd = ::FindWindow(L"Shell_TrayWnd", NULL);
if (!::IsWindow(taskbar_data.hWnd))
return false;
SHAppBarMessage(ABM_GETTASKBARPOS, &taskbar_data);
if (taskbar_data.uEdge == edge)
taskbar = taskbar_data.hWnd;
// There is a potential race condition here:
// 1. A maximized chrome window is fullscreened.
// 2. It is switched back to maximized.
// 3. In the process the window gets a WM_NCCACLSIZE message which calls us to
// get the autohide state.
// 4. The worker thread is invoked. It calls the API to get the autohide
// state. On Windows versions earlier than Windows 7, taskbars could
// easily be always on top or not.
// This meant that we only want to look for taskbars which have the topmost
// bit set. However this causes problems in cases where the window on the
// main thread is still in the process of switching away from fullscreen.
// In this case the taskbar might not yet have the topmost bit set.
// 5. The main thread resumes and does not leave space for the taskbar and
// hence it does not pop when hovered.
// To address point 4 above, it is best to not check for the WS_EX_TOPMOST
// window style on the taskbar, as starting from Windows 7, the topmost
// style is always set. We don't support XP and Vista anymore.
if (::IsWindow(taskbar)) {
if (MonitorFromWindow(taskbar, MONITOR_DEFAULTTONEAREST) == monitor)
return true;
// In some cases like when the autohide taskbar is on the left of the
// secondary monitor, the MonitorFromWindow call above fails to return the
// correct monitor the taskbar is on. We fallback to MonitorFromPoint for
// the cursor position in that case, which seems to work well.
POINT cursor_pos = {0};
if (MonitorFromPoint(cursor_pos, MONITOR_DEFAULTTONEAREST) == monitor)
return true;
return false;
int GetAppbarAutohideEdgesOnWorkerThread(HMONITOR monitor) {
int edges = 0;
if (MonitorHasAutohideTaskbarForEdge(ABE_LEFT, monitor))
edges |= views::ViewsDelegate::EDGE_LEFT;
if (MonitorHasAutohideTaskbarForEdge(ABE_TOP, monitor))
edges |= views::ViewsDelegate::EDGE_TOP;
if (MonitorHasAutohideTaskbarForEdge(ABE_RIGHT, monitor))
edges |= views::ViewsDelegate::EDGE_RIGHT;
if (MonitorHasAutohideTaskbarForEdge(ABE_BOTTOM, monitor))
edges |= views::ViewsDelegate::EDGE_BOTTOM;
return edges;
} // namespace
HICON ChromeViewsDelegate::GetDefaultWindowIcon() const {
return GetAppIcon();
HICON ChromeViewsDelegate::GetSmallWindowIcon() const {
return GetSmallAppIcon();
views::NativeWidget* ChromeViewsDelegate::CreateNativeWidget(
views::Widget::InitParams* params,
views::internal::NativeWidgetDelegate* delegate) {
// Check the force_software_compositing flag only on Windows. If this flag is
// on, it means that the widget being created wants to use the software
// compositor which requires a top level window. We cannot have a mixture of
// compositors active in one view hierarchy.
NativeWidgetType native_widget_type =
(params->parent && params->child && !params->force_software_compositing &&
params->type != views::Widget::InitParams::TYPE_TOOLTIP)
? NativeWidgetType::NATIVE_WIDGET_AURA
if (params->shadow_type == views::Widget::InitParams::SHADOW_TYPE_DROP &&
params->shadow_elevation.has_value()) {
// If the window defines an elevation based shadow in the Widget
// initialization parameters, force the use of a non toplevel window,
// as the native window manager has no concept of elevation based shadows.
// TODO: This may no longer be needed if we get proper elevation-based
// shadows on toplevel windows. See
native_widget_type = NativeWidgetType::NATIVE_WIDGET_AURA;
} else if (!ui::win::IsAeroGlassEnabled()) {
// If we don't have composition (either because Glass is not enabled or
// because it was disabled at the command line), anything that requires
// transparency will be broken with a toplevel window, so force the use of
// a non toplevel window.
if (params->opacity == views::Widget::InitParams::TRANSLUCENT_WINDOW &&
native_widget_type = NativeWidgetType::NATIVE_WIDGET_AURA;
} else {
// If we're on Vista+ with composition enabled, then we can use toplevel
// windows for most things (they get blended via WS_EX_COMPOSITED, which
// allows for animation effects, but also exceeding the bounds of the parent
// window).
if (params->parent &&
params->type != views::Widget::InitParams::TYPE_CONTROL &&
params->type != views::Widget::InitParams::TYPE_WINDOW) {
native_widget_type = NativeWidgetType::DESKTOP_NATIVE_WIDGET_AURA;
return ::CreateNativeWidget(native_widget_type, params, delegate);
int ChromeViewsDelegate::GetAppbarAutohideEdges(HMONITOR monitor,
base::OnceClosure callback) {
// Initialize the map with EDGE_BOTTOM. This is important, as if we return an
// initial value of 0 (no auto-hide edges) then we'll go fullscreen and
// windows will automatically remove WS_EX_TOPMOST from the appbar resulting
// in us thinking there is no auto-hide edges. By returning at least one edge
// we don't initially go fullscreen until we figure out the real auto-hide
// edges.
if (!appbar_autohide_edge_map_.count(monitor))
appbar_autohide_edge_map_[monitor] = EDGE_BOTTOM;
// We use the SHAppBarMessage API to get the taskbar autohide state. This API
// spins a modal loop which could cause callers to be reentered. To avoid
// that we retrieve the taskbar state in a worker thread.
if (monitor && !in_autohide_edges_callback_) {
// TODO(robliao): Annotate this task with .WithCOM() once supported.
FROM_HERE, {base::MayBlock(), base::TaskPriority::USER_BLOCKING},
base::BindOnce(&GetAppbarAutohideEdgesOnWorkerThread, monitor),
weak_factory_.GetWeakPtr(), std::move(callback), monitor,
return appbar_autohide_edge_map_[monitor];
void ChromeViewsDelegate::OnGotAppbarAutohideEdges(base::OnceClosure callback,
HMONITOR monitor,
int returned_edges,
int edges) {
appbar_autohide_edge_map_[monitor] = edges;
if (returned_edges == edges)
base::AutoReset<bool> in_callback_setter(&in_autohide_edges_callback_, true);