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/* -*- Mode: C++; tab-width: 8; indent-tabs-mode: nil; c-basic-offset: 2 -*- */
/* vim: set ts=8 sts=2 et sw=2 tw=80: */
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#include <stdint.h> // for uint8_t, uint32_t, uint64_t
#include <iosfwd>
#include "Units.h" // for CSSRect, CSSPixel, etc
#include "UnitTransforms.h" // for ViewAs
#include "mozilla/DefineEnum.h" // for MOZ_DEFINE_ENUM
#include "mozilla/HashFunctions.h" // for HashGeneric
#include "mozilla/Maybe.h"
#include "mozilla/gfx/BasePoint.h" // for BasePoint
#include "mozilla/gfx/Rect.h" // for RoundedIn
#include "mozilla/gfx/ScaleFactor.h" // for ScaleFactor
#include "mozilla/gfx/Logging.h" // for Log
#include "mozilla/layers/LayersTypes.h" // for ScrollDirection
#include "mozilla/layers/ScrollableLayerGuid.h" // for ScrollableLayerGuid
#include "mozilla/ScrollPositionUpdate.h" // for ScrollPositionUpdate
#include "mozilla/ScrollSnapInfo.h"
#include "mozilla/ScrollSnapTargetId.h"
#include "mozilla/StaticPtr.h" // for StaticAutoPtr
#include "mozilla/TimeStamp.h" // for TimeStamp
#include "nsTHashMap.h" // for nsTHashMap
#include "nsString.h"
#include "PLDHashTable.h" // for PLDHashNumber
struct nsStyleDisplay;
namespace mozilla {
enum class StyleOverscrollBehavior : uint8_t;
} // namespace mozilla
namespace IPC {
template <typename T>
struct ParamTraits;
} // namespace IPC
namespace mozilla {
namespace layers {
* Metrics about a scroll frame that are sent to the compositor and used
* by APZ.
* This is used for two main purposes:
* (1) Sending information about a scroll frame to the compositor and APZ
* as part of a layers or WebRender transaction.
* (2) Storing information about a scroll frame in APZ that persists
* between transactions.
* TODO: Separate these two uses into two distinct structures.
* A related class, RepaintRequest, is used for sending information about a
* scroll frame back from the compositor to the main thread when requesting
* a repaint of the scroll frame's contents.
struct FrameMetrics {
friend struct IPC::ParamTraits<mozilla::layers::FrameMetrics>;
friend std::ostream& operator<<(std::ostream& aStream,
const FrameMetrics& aMetrics);
typedef ScrollableLayerGuid::ViewID ViewID;
// clang-format off
ScrollOffsetUpdateType, uint8_t, (
eNone, // The default; the scroll offset was not updated
eMainThread, // The scroll offset was updated by the main thread.
eRestore // The scroll offset was updated by the main thread, but
// as a restore from history or after a frame
// reconstruction. In this case, APZ can ignore the
// offset change if the user has done an APZ scroll
// already.
// clang-format on
: mScrollId(ScrollableLayerGuid::NULL_SCROLL_ID),
mCompositionBounds(0, 0, 0, 0),
mDisplayPort(0, 0, 0, 0),
mScrollableRect(0, 0, 0, 0),
mScrollOffset(0, 0),
mBoundingCompositionSize(0, 0),
mLayoutViewport(0, 0, 0, 0),
mVisualDestination(0, 0),
mMinimalDisplayPort(false) {}
// Default copy ctor and operator= are fine
bool operator==(const FrameMetrics& aOther) const {
// Put mScrollId at the top since it's the most likely one to fail.
return mScrollId == aOther.mScrollId &&
mPresShellResolution == aOther.mPresShellResolution &&
mCompositionBounds.IsEqualEdges(aOther.mCompositionBounds) &&
mCompositionBoundsWidthIgnoringScrollbars ==
aOther.mCompositionBoundsWidthIgnoringScrollbars &&
mDisplayPort.IsEqualEdges(aOther.mDisplayPort) &&
mScrollableRect.IsEqualEdges(aOther.mScrollableRect) &&
mCumulativeResolution == aOther.mCumulativeResolution &&
mDevPixelsPerCSSPixel == aOther.mDevPixelsPerCSSPixel &&
mScrollOffset == aOther.mScrollOffset &&
// don't compare mZoom
mScrollGeneration == aOther.mScrollGeneration &&
mBoundingCompositionSize == aOther.mBoundingCompositionSize &&
mPresShellId == aOther.mPresShellId &&
mLayoutViewport.IsEqualEdges(aOther.mLayoutViewport) &&
mTransformToAncestorScale == aOther.mTransformToAncestorScale &&
mPaintRequestTime == aOther.mPaintRequestTime &&
mVisualDestination == aOther.mVisualDestination &&
mVisualScrollUpdateType == aOther.mVisualScrollUpdateType &&
mIsRootContent == aOther.mIsRootContent &&
mIsScrollInfoLayer == aOther.mIsScrollInfoLayer &&
mHasNonZeroDisplayPortMargins ==
aOther.mHasNonZeroDisplayPortMargins &&
mMinimalDisplayPort == aOther.mMinimalDisplayPort &&
mFixedLayerMargins == aOther.mFixedLayerMargins &&
mCompositionSizeWithoutDynamicToolbar ==
bool operator!=(const FrameMetrics& aOther) const {
return !operator==(aOther);
bool IsScrollable() const {
return mScrollId != ScrollableLayerGuid::NULL_SCROLL_ID;
CSSToScreenScale2D DisplayportPixelsPerCSSPixel() const {
// Note: mZoom includes the async zoom. We want to include the async zoom
// even though the size of the pixels of our *current* displayport does not
// yet reflect it, because this function is used in the context of a repaint
// request where we'll be asking for a *new* displayport which does reflect
// the async zoom. Note 2: we include the transform to ancestor scale
// because this function (as the name implies) is used only in various
// displayport calculation related places, and those calculations want the
// transform to ancestor scale to be included becaese they want to reason
// about pixels which are the same size as screen pixels (so displayport
// sizes are e.g. limited to a multiple of the screen size). Whereas mZoom
// and mCumulativeResolution do not include it because of expectations of
// the code where they are used.
return mZoom * mTransformToAncestorScale;
CSSToLayerScale LayersPixelsPerCSSPixel() const {
return mDevPixelsPerCSSPixel * mCumulativeResolution;
// Get the amount by which this frame has been zoomed since the last repaint.
LayerToParentLayerScale GetAsyncZoom() const {
return mZoom / LayersPixelsPerCSSPixel();
// Ensure the scrollableRect is at least as big as the compositionBounds
// because the scrollableRect can be smaller if the content is not large
// and the scrollableRect hasn't been updated yet.
// We move the scrollableRect up because we don't know if we can move it
// down. i.e. we know that scrollableRect can go back as far as zero.
// but we don't know how much further ahead it can go.
CSSRect GetExpandedScrollableRect() const {
CSSRect scrollableRect = mScrollableRect;
CSSSize compSize = CalculateCompositedSizeInCssPixels();
if (scrollableRect.Width() < compSize.width) {
std::max(0.f, scrollableRect.X() -
(compSize.width - scrollableRect.Width())),
if (scrollableRect.Height() < compSize.height) {
std::max(0.f, scrollableRect.Y() -
(compSize.height - scrollableRect.Height())),
return scrollableRect;
CSSSize CalculateCompositedSizeInCssPixels() const {
return CalculateCompositedSizeInCssPixels(mCompositionBounds, mZoom);
* Calculate the composition bounds of this frame in the CSS pixels of
* the content surrounding the scroll frame (OuterCSS pixels).
* Note that it does not make sense to ask for the composition bounds in the
* CSS pixels of the scrolled content (that is, regular CSS pixels),
* because the origin of the composition bounds is not meaningful in that
* coordinate space. (The size is, use CalculateCompositedSizeInCssPixels()
* for that.)
OuterCSSRect CalculateCompositionBoundsInOuterCssPixels() const {
if (GetZoom() == CSSToParentLayerScale(0)) {
return OuterCSSRect(); // avoid division by zero
// The CSS pixels of the scrolled content and the CSS pixels of the
// surrounding content only differ if the scrolled content is rendered
// at a higher resolution, and the difference is the resolution.
return mCompositionBounds / GetZoom() * GetCSSToOuterCSSScale();
CSSSize CalculateBoundedCompositedSizeInCssPixels() const {
CSSSize size = CalculateCompositedSizeInCssPixels();
size.width = std::min(size.width, mBoundingCompositionSize.width);
size.height = std::min(size.height, mBoundingCompositionSize.height);
return size;
CSSRect CalculateScrollRange() const {
return CalculateScrollRange(mScrollableRect, mCompositionBounds, mZoom);
void ScrollBy(const CSSPoint& aPoint) {
SetVisualScrollOffset(GetVisualScrollOffset() + aPoint);
void ZoomBy(float aScale) { mZoom.scale *= aScale; }
* Compares an APZ frame metrics with an incoming content frame metrics
* to see if APZ has a scroll offset that has not been incorporated into
* the content frame metrics.
bool HasPendingScroll(const FrameMetrics& aContentFrameMetrics) const {
return GetVisualScrollOffset() !=
* Returns true if the layout scroll offset or visual scroll offset changed.
bool ApplyScrollUpdateFrom(const ScrollPositionUpdate& aUpdate);
* Applies the relative scroll offset update contained in aOther to the
* scroll offset contained in this. The scroll delta is clamped to the
* scrollable region.
* @returns The clamped scroll offset delta that was applied
CSSPoint ApplyRelativeScrollUpdateFrom(const ScrollPositionUpdate& aUpdate);
CSSPoint ApplyPureRelativeScrollUpdateFrom(
const ScrollPositionUpdate& aUpdate);
void UpdatePendingScrollInfo(const ScrollPositionUpdate& aInfo);
void SetPresShellResolution(float aPresShellResolution) {
mPresShellResolution = aPresShellResolution;
float GetPresShellResolution() const { return mPresShellResolution; }
void SetCompositionBounds(const ParentLayerRect& aCompositionBounds) {
mCompositionBounds = aCompositionBounds;
const ParentLayerRect& GetCompositionBounds() const {
return mCompositionBounds;
void SetCompositionBoundsWidthIgnoringScrollbars(
const ParentLayerCoord aCompositionBoundsWidthIgnoringScrollbars) {
mCompositionBoundsWidthIgnoringScrollbars =
const ParentLayerCoord GetCompositionBoundsWidthIgnoringScrollbars() const {
return mCompositionBoundsWidthIgnoringScrollbars;
void SetDisplayPort(const CSSRect& aDisplayPort) {
mDisplayPort = aDisplayPort;
const CSSRect& GetDisplayPort() const { return mDisplayPort; }
void SetCumulativeResolution(
const LayoutDeviceToLayerScale& aCumulativeResolution) {
mCumulativeResolution = aCumulativeResolution;
const LayoutDeviceToLayerScale& GetCumulativeResolution() const {
return mCumulativeResolution;
void SetDevPixelsPerCSSPixel(
const CSSToLayoutDeviceScale& aDevPixelsPerCSSPixel) {
mDevPixelsPerCSSPixel = aDevPixelsPerCSSPixel;
const CSSToLayoutDeviceScale& GetDevPixelsPerCSSPixel() const {
return mDevPixelsPerCSSPixel;
CSSToOuterCSSScale GetCSSToOuterCSSScale() const {
// The scale difference between CSS and OuterCSS pixels is the
// part of the zoom that's not subject to all enclosing content,
// i.e. the pres shell resolution.
return CSSToOuterCSSScale(mPresShellResolution);
void SetIsRootContent(bool aIsRootContent) {
mIsRootContent = aIsRootContent;
bool IsRootContent() const { return mIsRootContent; }
// Set scroll offset, first clamping to the scroll range.
// Return true if it changed.
bool ClampAndSetVisualScrollOffset(const CSSPoint& aScrollOffset) {
CSSPoint offsetBefore = GetVisualScrollOffset();
return (offsetBefore != GetVisualScrollOffset());
CSSPoint GetLayoutScrollOffset() const { return mLayoutViewport.TopLeft(); }
// Returns true if it changed.
bool SetLayoutScrollOffset(const CSSPoint& aLayoutScrollOffset) {
CSSPoint offsetBefore = GetLayoutScrollOffset();
return (offsetBefore != GetLayoutScrollOffset());
const CSSPoint& GetVisualScrollOffset() const { return mScrollOffset; }
void SetVisualScrollOffset(const CSSPoint& aVisualScrollOffset) {
mScrollOffset = aVisualScrollOffset;
void SetZoom(const CSSToParentLayerScale& aZoom) { mZoom = aZoom; }
const CSSToParentLayerScale& GetZoom() const { return mZoom; }
void SetScrollGeneration(
const MainThreadScrollGeneration& aScrollGeneration) {
mScrollGeneration = aScrollGeneration;
MainThreadScrollGeneration GetScrollGeneration() const {
return mScrollGeneration;
ViewID GetScrollId() const { return mScrollId; }
void SetScrollId(ViewID scrollId) { mScrollId = scrollId; }
void SetBoundingCompositionSize(const CSSSize& aBoundingCompositionSize) {
mBoundingCompositionSize = aBoundingCompositionSize;
const CSSSize& GetBoundingCompositionSize() const {
return mBoundingCompositionSize;
uint32_t GetPresShellId() const { return mPresShellId; }
void SetPresShellId(uint32_t aPresShellId) { mPresShellId = aPresShellId; }
void SetLayoutViewport(const CSSRect& aLayoutViewport) {
mLayoutViewport = aLayoutViewport;
const CSSRect& GetLayoutViewport() const { return mLayoutViewport; }
CSSRect GetVisualViewport() const {
return CSSRect(GetVisualScrollOffset(),
void SetTransformToAncestorScale(
const ParentLayerToScreenScale2D& aTransformToAncestorScale) {
mTransformToAncestorScale = aTransformToAncestorScale;
const ParentLayerToScreenScale2D& GetTransformToAncestorScale() const {
return mTransformToAncestorScale;
const CSSRect& GetScrollableRect() const { return mScrollableRect; }
void SetScrollableRect(const CSSRect& aScrollableRect) {
mScrollableRect = aScrollableRect;
// If the frame is in vertical-RTL writing mode(E.g. "writing-mode:
// vertical-rl" in CSS), or if it's in horizontal-RTL writing-mode(E.g.
// "writing-mode: horizontal-tb; direction: rtl;" in CSS), then this function
// returns true. From the representation perspective, frames whose horizontal
// contents start at rightside also cause their horizontal scrollbars, if any,
// initially start at rightside. So we can also learn about the initial side
// of the horizontal scrollbar for the frame by calling this function.
bool IsHorizontalContentRightToLeft() const { return mScrollableRect.x < 0; }
void SetPaintRequestTime(const TimeStamp& aTime) {
mPaintRequestTime = aTime;
const TimeStamp& GetPaintRequestTime() const { return mPaintRequestTime; }
void SetIsScrollInfoLayer(bool aIsScrollInfoLayer) {
mIsScrollInfoLayer = aIsScrollInfoLayer;
bool IsScrollInfoLayer() const { return mIsScrollInfoLayer; }
void SetHasNonZeroDisplayPortMargins(bool aHasNonZeroDisplayPortMargins) {
mHasNonZeroDisplayPortMargins = aHasNonZeroDisplayPortMargins;
bool HasNonZeroDisplayPortMargins() const {
return mHasNonZeroDisplayPortMargins;
void SetMinimalDisplayPort(bool aMinimalDisplayPort) {
mMinimalDisplayPort = aMinimalDisplayPort;
bool IsMinimalDisplayPort() const { return mMinimalDisplayPort; }
void SetVisualDestination(const CSSPoint& aVisualDestination) {
mVisualDestination = aVisualDestination;
const CSSPoint& GetVisualDestination() const { return mVisualDestination; }
void SetVisualScrollUpdateType(ScrollOffsetUpdateType aUpdateType) {
mVisualScrollUpdateType = aUpdateType;
ScrollOffsetUpdateType GetVisualScrollUpdateType() const {
return mVisualScrollUpdateType;
// Determine if the visual viewport is outside of the layout viewport and
// adjust the x,y-offset in mLayoutViewport accordingly. This is necessary to
// allow APZ to async-scroll the layout viewport.
// This is a no-op if mIsRootContent is false.
void RecalculateLayoutViewportOffset();
void SetFixedLayerMargins(const ScreenMargin& aFixedLayerMargins) {
mFixedLayerMargins = aFixedLayerMargins;
const ScreenMargin& GetFixedLayerMargins() const {
return mFixedLayerMargins;
void SetCompositionSizeWithoutDynamicToolbar(const ParentLayerSize& aSize) {
mCompositionSizeWithoutDynamicToolbar = aSize;
const ParentLayerSize& GetCompositionSizeWithoutDynamicToolbar() const {
return mCompositionSizeWithoutDynamicToolbar;
// Helper function for RecalculateViewportOffset(). Exposed so that
// APZC can perform the operation on other copies of the layout
// and visual viewport rects (e.g. the "effective" ones used to implement
// the frame delay).
// Modifies |aLayoutViewport| to continue enclosing |aVisualViewport|
// if possible.
// The layout viewport needs to remain clamped to the scrollable rect,
// and we pass in the scrollable rect so this function can maintain that
// constraint.
static void KeepLayoutViewportEnclosingVisualViewport(
const CSSRect& aVisualViewport, const CSSRect& aScrollableRect,
CSSRect& aLayoutViewport);
// Helper functions exposed so we can perform operations on copies outside of
// frame metrics object.
static CSSRect CalculateScrollRange(const CSSRect& aScrollableRect,
const ParentLayerRect& aCompositionBounds,
const CSSToParentLayerScale& aZoom);
static CSSSize CalculateCompositedSizeInCssPixels(
const ParentLayerRect& aCompositionBounds,
const CSSToParentLayerScale& aZoom);
// A ID assigned to each scrollable frame, unique within each LayersId..
ViewID mScrollId;
// The pres-shell resolution that has been induced on the document containing
// this scroll frame as a result of zooming this scroll frame (whether via
// user action, or choosing an initial zoom level on page load). This can
// only be different from 1.0 for frames that are zoomable, which currently
// is just the root content document's root scroll frame
// (mIsRootContent = true).
// This is a plain float rather than a ScaleFactor because in and of itself
// it does not convert between any coordinate spaces for which we have names.
float mPresShellResolution;
// This is the area within the widget that we're compositing to. It is in the
// layer coordinates of the scrollable content's parent layer.
// The size of the composition bounds corresponds to the size of the scroll
// frame's scroll port (but in a coordinate system where the size does not
// change during zooming).
// The origin of the composition bounds is relative to the scroll node origin.
// (The "scroll node origin" is the point such that applying the APZC's
// apzc-to-screen transform to it takes you to the window origin, which is
// what Screen event coordinates are relative to. In layout terms, it's
// the origin of the reference frame passed to ComputeScrollMetadata().)
// Unlike the scroll port's origin, it does not change during scrolling of
// the scrollable layer to which it is associated. However, it may change due
// to scrolling of ancestor layers.
// This value is provided by Gecko at layout/paint time.
ParentLayerRect mCompositionBounds;
// For RCD-RSF this is the width of the composition bounds ignoring
// scrollbars. For everything else this will be the same as the width of the
// composition bounds. Only needed for the "resolution changed" check in
// NotifyLayersUpdated, once that switches to using IsResolutionUpdated we can
// remove this.
ParentLayerCoord mCompositionBoundsWidthIgnoringScrollbars;
// The area of a scroll frame's contents that has been painted, relative to
// GetLayoutScrollOffset().
// Should not be larger than GetExpandedScrollableRect().
// To pre-render a margin of 100 CSS pixels around the scroll port,
// { x = -100, y = - 100,
// width = scrollPort.width + 200, height = scrollPort.height + 200 }
// where scrollPort = CalculateCompositedSizeInCssPixels().
CSSRect mDisplayPort;
// The scrollable bounds of a frame. This is determined by reflow.
// Ordinarily the x and y will be 0 and the width and height will be the
// size of the element being scrolled. However for RTL pages or elements
// the x value may be negative.
// For scrollable frames that are overflow:hidden the x and y are usually
// set to the value of the current scroll offset, and the width and height
// will match the composition bounds width and height. In effect this reduces
// the scrollable range to 0.
// This is in the same coordinate space as |mScrollOffset|, but a different
// coordinate space than |mDisplayPort|. Note also that this coordinate
// system is understood by window.scrollTo().
CSSRect mScrollableRect;
// The cumulative resolution of the current frame. This is the product of the
// pres-shell resolutions of the document containing this scroll frame and its
// in-process ancestors. This information is provided by Gecko at layout/paint
// time. Notably, for out of process iframes cumulative resolution will be 1.
// The reason for this is that AsyncPanZoomController::GetTransformToThis does
// not contain the resolution in the process of the root content document, but
// in oop iframes AsyncPanZoomController::GetTransformToThis does contain the
// resolution. This makes coordinate math work out in APZ code because in the
// old layers backend GetTransformToThis was a transform of rendered pixels,
// and the pixels were rendered with the scale applied already. The reason
// that AsyncPanZoomController::GetTransformToThis contains the scale in oop
// iframes is because we include the resolution in the transform that includes
// the iframe via this call
// So when coordinates are passed to the process of the oop iframe they have
// the resolution removed by unapplying that transform which includes the
// resolution.
LayoutDeviceToLayerScale mCumulativeResolution;
// The conversion factor between CSS pixels and device pixels for this frame.
// This can vary based on a variety of things, such as reflowing-zoom.
CSSToLayoutDeviceScale mDevPixelsPerCSSPixel;
// The position of the top-left of the scroll frame's scroll port, relative
// to the scrollable content's origin.
// This is in the same coordinate space as |mScrollableRect|, but a different
// coordinate space than |mDisplayPort|.
// It is required that the rect:
// { x = mScrollOffset.x, y = mScrollOffset.y,
// width = scrollPort.width,
// height = scrollPort.height }
// (where scrollPort = CalculateCompositedSizeInCssPixels())
// be within |mScrollableRect|.
CSSPoint mScrollOffset;
// The "user zoom". Content is painted by gecko at mCumulativeResolution *
// mDevPixelsPerCSSPixel, but will be drawn to the screen at mZoom. In the
// steady state, the two will be the same, but during an async zoom action the
// two may diverge. This information is initialized in Gecko but updated in
// the APZC.
CSSToParentLayerScale mZoom;
// The scroll generation counter used to acknowledge the scroll offset update.
MainThreadScrollGeneration mScrollGeneration;
// A bounding size for our composition bounds (no larger than the
// cross-process RCD-RSF's composition size), in local CSS pixels.
CSSSize mBoundingCompositionSize;
uint32_t mPresShellId;
// For a root scroll frame (RSF), the document's layout viewport
// (sometimes called "CSS viewport" in older code).
// Its size is the dimensions we're using to constrain the <html> element
// of the document (i.e. the initial containing block (ICB) size).
// Its origin is the RSF's layout scroll position, i.e. the scroll position
// exposed to web content via window.scrollX/Y.
// Note that only the root content document's RSF has a layout viewport
// that's distinct from the visual viewport. For an iframe RSF, the two
// are the same.
// For a scroll frame that is not an RSF, this metric is meaningless and
// invalid.
CSSRect mLayoutViewport;
// The scale induced by css transforms and presshell resolution in this
// process and any ancestor processes that encloses this scroll frame that is
// _not_ included in mCumulativeResolution. This means that in the process of
// the root content document this only includes css transform scale (which
// happens in that process, but we assume there can be no css transform scale
// above the root content document). In other processes it includes css
// transform scale and any resolution scale in the current process and all
// ancestor processes.
ParentLayerToScreenScale2D mTransformToAncestorScale;
// The time at which the APZC last requested a repaint for this scroll frame.
TimeStamp mPaintRequestTime;
// These fields are used when the main thread wants to set a visual viewport
// offset that's distinct from the layout viewport offset.
// In this case, mVisualScrollUpdateType is set to eMainThread, and
// mVisualDestination is set to desired visual destination (relative
// to the document, like mScrollOffset).
CSSPoint mVisualDestination;
ScrollOffsetUpdateType mVisualScrollUpdateType;
// 'fixed layer margins' on the main-thread. This is only used for the
// root-content scroll frame.
ScreenMargin mFixedLayerMargins;
// Similar to mCompositionBounds.Size() but not including the dynamic toolbar
// height.
// If we are not using a dynamic toolbar, this has the same value as
// mCompositionBounds.Size().
ParentLayerSize mCompositionSizeWithoutDynamicToolbar;
// Whether or not this is the root scroll frame for the root content document.
bool mIsRootContent : 1;
// True if this scroll frame is a scroll info layer. A scroll info layer is
// not layerized and its content cannot be truly async-scrolled, but its
// metrics are still sent to and updated by the compositor, with the updates
// being reflected on the next paint rather than the next composite.
bool mIsScrollInfoLayer : 1;
// Whether there are non-zero display port margins set on this element.
bool mHasNonZeroDisplayPortMargins : 1;
// Whether this scroll frame is using a minimal display port, which means that
// any set display port margins are ignored when calculating the display port
// and instead zero margins are used and further no tile or alignment
// boundaries are used that could potentially expand the size.
bool mMinimalDisplayPort : 1;
// WARNING!!!!
// When adding a new field:
// - First, consider whether the field can be added to ScrollMetadata
// instead. If so, prefer that.
// - Otherwise, the following places should be updated to include them
// (as needed):
// FrameMetrics::operator ==
// AsyncPanZoomController::NotifyLayersUpdated
// The ParamTraits specialization in LayersMessageUtils.h
// Please add new fields above this comment.
// clang-format off
OverscrollBehavior, uint8_t, (
// clang-format on
std::ostream& operator<<(std::ostream& aStream,
const OverscrollBehavior& aBehavior);
struct OverscrollBehaviorInfo final {
// Construct from StyleOverscrollBehavior values.
static OverscrollBehaviorInfo FromStyleConstants(
StyleOverscrollBehavior aBehaviorX, StyleOverscrollBehavior aBehaviorY);
bool operator==(const OverscrollBehaviorInfo& aOther) const;
friend std::ostream& operator<<(std::ostream& aStream,
const OverscrollBehaviorInfo& aInfo);
auto MutTiedFields() { return std::tie(mBehaviorX, mBehaviorY); }
OverscrollBehavior mBehaviorX;
OverscrollBehavior mBehaviorY;
* Metadata about a scroll frame that's sent to the compositor during a layers
* or WebRender transaction, and also stored by APZ between transactions.
* This includes the scroll frame's FrameMetrics, as well as other metadata.
* We don't put the other metadata into FrameMetrics to avoid FrameMetrics
* becoming too bloated (as a FrameMetrics is e.g. stored in memory shared
* with the content process).
struct ScrollMetadata {
friend struct IPC::ParamTraits<mozilla::layers::ScrollMetadata>;
friend std::ostream& operator<<(std::ostream& aStream,
const ScrollMetadata& aMetadata);
typedef ScrollableLayerGuid::ViewID ViewID;
static StaticAutoPtr<const ScrollMetadata>
sNullMetadata; // We sometimes need an empty metadata
: mScrollParentId(ScrollableLayerGuid::NULL_SCROLL_ID),
mLineScrollAmount(0, 0),
mPageScrollAmount(0, 0),
mIsPaginatedPresentation(false) {}
bool operator==(const ScrollMetadata& aOther) const {
return mMetrics == aOther.mMetrics && mSnapInfo == aOther.mSnapInfo &&
mScrollParentId == aOther.mScrollParentId &&
// don't compare mContentDescription
mLineScrollAmount == aOther.mLineScrollAmount &&
mPageScrollAmount == aOther.mPageScrollAmount &&
mHasScrollgrab == aOther.mHasScrollgrab &&
mIsLayersIdRoot == aOther.mIsLayersIdRoot &&
mIsAutoDirRootContentRTL == aOther.mIsAutoDirRootContentRTL &&
mForceDisableApz == aOther.mForceDisableApz &&
mResolutionUpdated == aOther.mResolutionUpdated &&
mIsRDMTouchSimulationActive == aOther.mIsRDMTouchSimulationActive &&
mDidContentGetPainted == aOther.mDidContentGetPainted &&
mForceMousewheelAutodir == aOther.mForceMousewheelAutodir &&
mForceMousewheelAutodirHonourRoot ==
aOther.mForceMousewheelAutodirHonourRoot &&
mIsPaginatedPresentation == aOther.mIsPaginatedPresentation &&
mDisregardedDirection == aOther.mDisregardedDirection &&
mOverscrollBehavior == aOther.mOverscrollBehavior &&
mScrollUpdates == aOther.mScrollUpdates;
bool operator!=(const ScrollMetadata& aOther) const {
return !operator==(aOther);
bool IsDefault() const {
ScrollMetadata def;
return (def == *this);
FrameMetrics& GetMetrics() { return mMetrics; }
const FrameMetrics& GetMetrics() const { return mMetrics; }
void SetSnapInfo(ScrollSnapInfo&& aSnapInfo) {
mSnapInfo = std::move(aSnapInfo);
const ScrollSnapInfo& GetSnapInfo() const { return mSnapInfo; }
ViewID GetScrollParentId() const { return mScrollParentId; }
void SetScrollParentId(ViewID aParentId) { mScrollParentId = aParentId; }
const nsCString& GetContentDescription() const { return mContentDescription; }
void SetContentDescription(const nsCString& aContentDescription) {
mContentDescription = aContentDescription;
const LayoutDeviceIntSize& GetLineScrollAmount() const {
return mLineScrollAmount;
void SetLineScrollAmount(const LayoutDeviceIntSize& size) {
mLineScrollAmount = size;
const LayoutDeviceIntSize& GetPageScrollAmount() const {
return mPageScrollAmount;
void SetPageScrollAmount(const LayoutDeviceIntSize& size) {
mPageScrollAmount = size;
void SetHasScrollgrab(bool aHasScrollgrab) {
mHasScrollgrab = aHasScrollgrab;
bool GetHasScrollgrab() const { return mHasScrollgrab; }
void SetIsLayersIdRoot(bool aValue) { mIsLayersIdRoot = aValue; }
bool IsLayersIdRoot() const { return mIsLayersIdRoot; }
void SetIsAutoDirRootContentRTL(bool aValue) {
mIsAutoDirRootContentRTL = aValue;
bool IsAutoDirRootContentRTL() const { return mIsAutoDirRootContentRTL; }
void SetForceDisableApz(bool aForceDisable) {
mForceDisableApz = aForceDisable;
bool IsApzForceDisabled() const { return mForceDisableApz; }
void SetResolutionUpdated(bool aUpdated) { mResolutionUpdated = aUpdated; }
bool IsResolutionUpdated() const { return mResolutionUpdated; }
void SetIsRDMTouchSimulationActive(bool aValue) {
mIsRDMTouchSimulationActive = aValue;
bool GetIsRDMTouchSimulationActive() const {
return mIsRDMTouchSimulationActive;
void SetForceMousewheelAutodir(bool aValue) {
mForceMousewheelAutodir = aValue;
bool ForceMousewheelAutodir() const { return mForceMousewheelAutodir; }
void SetForceMousewheelAutodirHonourRoot(bool aValue) {
mForceMousewheelAutodirHonourRoot = aValue;
bool ForceMousewheelAutodirHonourRoot() const {
return mForceMousewheelAutodirHonourRoot;
void SetIsPaginatedPresentation(bool aValue) {
mIsPaginatedPresentation = aValue;
bool IsPaginatedPresentation() const { return mIsPaginatedPresentation; }
bool DidContentGetPainted() const { return mDidContentGetPainted; }
// For use in IPC only
void SetDidContentGetPainted(bool aValue) { mDidContentGetPainted = aValue; }
// For more details about the concept of a disregarded direction, refer to the
// code which defines mDisregardedDirection.
Maybe<ScrollDirection> GetDisregardedDirection() const {
return mDisregardedDirection;
void SetDisregardedDirection(const Maybe<ScrollDirection>& aValue) {
mDisregardedDirection = aValue;
void SetOverscrollBehavior(
const OverscrollBehaviorInfo& aOverscrollBehavior) {
mOverscrollBehavior = aOverscrollBehavior;
const OverscrollBehaviorInfo& GetOverscrollBehavior() const {
return mOverscrollBehavior;
void SetScrollUpdates(const nsTArray<ScrollPositionUpdate>& aUpdates) {
mScrollUpdates = aUpdates;
const nsTArray<ScrollPositionUpdate>& GetScrollUpdates() const {
return mScrollUpdates;
void UpdatePendingScrollInfo(nsTArray<ScrollPositionUpdate>&& aUpdates) {
mDidContentGetPainted = false;
void PrependUpdates(const nsTArray<ScrollPositionUpdate>& aUpdates) {
mScrollUpdates.InsertElementsAt(0, aUpdates);
FrameMetrics mMetrics;
// Information used to determine where to snap to for a given scroll.
ScrollSnapInfo mSnapInfo;
// The ViewID of the scrollable frame to which overscroll should be handed
// off.
ViewID mScrollParentId;
// A description of the content element corresponding to this frame.
// This is empty unless this is a scrollable layer and the
// apz.printtree pref is turned on.
nsCString mContentDescription;
// The value of GetLineScrollAmount(), for scroll frames.
LayoutDeviceIntSize mLineScrollAmount;
// The value of GetPageScrollAmount(), for scroll frames.
LayoutDeviceIntSize mPageScrollAmount;
// Whether or not this frame is for an element marked 'scrollgrab'.
bool mHasScrollgrab : 1;
// Whether these framemetrics are for the root scroll frame (root element if
// we don't have a root scroll frame) for its layers id.
bool mIsLayersIdRoot : 1;
// The AutoDirRootContent is the <body> element in an HTML document, or the
// root scrollframe if there is no body. This member variable indicates
// whether this element's content in the horizontal direction starts from
// right to left (e.g. it's true either if "writing-mode: vertical-rl", or
// "writing-mode: horizontal-tb; direction: rtl" in CSS).
// When we do auto-dir scrolling (@see mozilla::WheelDeltaAdjustmentStrategy
// or refer to bug 1358017 for details), setting a pref can make the code use
// the writing mode of this root element instead of the target scrollframe,
// and so we need to know if the writing mode is RTL or not.
bool mIsAutoDirRootContentRTL : 1;
// Whether or not the compositor should actually do APZ-scrolling on this
// scrollframe.
bool mForceDisableApz : 1;
// Whether the pres shell resolution stored in mMetrics reflects a change
// originated by the main thread.
bool mResolutionUpdated : 1;
// Whether or not RDM and touch simulation are active for this document.
// It's important to note that if RDM is active then this field will be
// true for the content document but NOT the chrome document containing
// the browser UI and RDM controls.
bool mIsRDMTouchSimulationActive : 1;
// Whether this metadata is part of a transaction that also repainted the
// content (i.e. updated the displaylist or textures). This gets set to false
// for "paint-skip" transactions, where the main thread doesn't repaint but
// instead requests APZ to update the compositor scroll offset instead. APZ
// needs to be able to distinguish these paint-skip transactions so that it
// can use the correct transforms.
bool mDidContentGetPainted : 1;
// Whether privileged code has requested that autodir behaviour be
// enabled for the scroll frame.
bool mForceMousewheelAutodir : 1;
bool mForceMousewheelAutodirHonourRoot : 1;
// Whether this content is being displayed in a paginated fashion
// such as printing or print preview. In such cases, content that
// would normally only generate one display item may generated one
// display item per page, and the different instances may be subject
// to different transforms, which constrains the assumptions APZ can make.
bool mIsPaginatedPresentation : 1;
// The disregarded direction means the direction which is disregarded anyway,
// even if the scroll frame overflows in that direction and the direction is
// specified as scrollable. This could happen in some scenarios, for instance,
// a single-line text control frame should disregard wheel scroll in
// its block-flow direction even if it overflows in that direction.
Maybe<ScrollDirection> mDisregardedDirection;
// The overscroll behavior for this scroll frame.
OverscrollBehaviorInfo mOverscrollBehavior;
// The ordered list of scroll position updates for this scroll frame since
// the last transaction.
CopyableTArray<ScrollPositionUpdate> mScrollUpdates;
// WARNING!!!!
// When adding new fields to ScrollMetadata, the following places should be
// updated to include them (as needed):
// 1. ScrollMetadata::operator ==
// 2. AsyncPanZoomController::NotifyLayersUpdated
// 3. The ParamTraits specialization in LayersMessageUtils.h
// Please add new fields above this comment.
typedef nsTHashMap<ScrollableLayerGuid::ViewIDHashKey,
} // namespace layers
} // namespace mozilla