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/* -*- Mode: C++; tab-width: 2; indent-tabs-mode: nil; c-basic-offset: 2 -*- */
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#ifndef KeyboardLayout_h__
#define KeyboardLayout_h__
#include "mozilla/RefPtr.h"
#include "nscore.h"
#include "nsString.h"
#include "nsWindowBase.h"
#include "nsWindowDefs.h"
#include "mozilla/Attributes.h"
#include "mozilla/EventForwards.h"
#include "mozilla/TextEventDispatcher.h"
#include "mozilla/widget/WinMessages.h"
#include "mozilla/widget/WinModifierKeyState.h"
#include <windows.h>
#define NS_NUM_OF_KEYS 70
#define VK_OEM_1 0xBA // ';:' for US
#define VK_OEM_PLUS 0xBB // '+' any country
#define VK_OEM_COMMA 0xBC
#define VK_OEM_MINUS 0xBD // '-' any country
#define VK_OEM_PERIOD 0xBE
#define VK_OEM_2 0xBF
#define VK_OEM_3 0xC0
// '/?' for Brazilian (ABNT)
#define VK_ABNT_C1 0xC1
// Separator in Numpad for Brazilian (ABNT) or JIS keyboard for Mac.
#define VK_ABNT_C2 0xC2
#define VK_OEM_4 0xDB
#define VK_OEM_5 0xDC
#define VK_OEM_6 0xDD
#define VK_OEM_7 0xDE
#define VK_OEM_8 0xDF
#define VK_OEM_102 0xE2
#define VK_OEM_CLEAR 0xFE
class nsIUserIdleServiceInternal;
namespace mozilla {
namespace widget {
enum ScanCode : uint16_t {
eCapsLock = 0x003A,
eNumLock = 0xE045,
eShiftLeft = 0x002A,
eShiftRight = 0x0036,
eControlLeft = 0x001D,
eControlRight = 0xE01D,
eAltLeft = 0x0038,
eAltRight = 0xE038,
// 0: nsIWidget's native modifier flag
// 1: Virtual keycode which does not distinguish whether left or right location.
// 2: Virtual keycode which distinguishes whether left or right location.
// 3: Scan code.
static const uint32_t sModifierKeyMap[][4] = {
{nsIWidget::CAPS_LOCK, VK_CAPITAL, 0, ScanCode::eCapsLock},
{nsIWidget::NUM_LOCK, VK_NUMLOCK, 0, ScanCode::eNumLock},
{nsIWidget::SHIFT_L, VK_SHIFT, VK_LSHIFT, ScanCode::eShiftLeft},
{nsIWidget::SHIFT_R, VK_SHIFT, VK_RSHIFT, ScanCode::eShiftRight},
{nsIWidget::CTRL_L, VK_CONTROL, VK_LCONTROL, ScanCode::eControlLeft},
{nsIWidget::CTRL_R, VK_CONTROL, VK_RCONTROL, ScanCode::eControlRight},
{nsIWidget::ALT_L, VK_MENU, VK_LMENU, ScanCode::eAltLeft},
{nsIWidget::ALT_R, VK_MENU, VK_RMENU, ScanCode::eAltRight}};
class KeyboardLayout;
class MOZ_STACK_CLASS UniCharsAndModifiers final {
UniCharsAndModifiers() {}
UniCharsAndModifiers operator+(const UniCharsAndModifiers& aOther) const;
UniCharsAndModifiers& operator+=(const UniCharsAndModifiers& aOther);
* Append a pair of unicode character and the final modifier.
void Append(char16_t aUniChar, Modifiers aModifiers);
void Clear() {
bool IsEmpty() const {
MOZ_ASSERT(mChars.Length() == mModifiers.Length());
return mChars.IsEmpty();
char16_t CharAt(size_t aIndex) const {
MOZ_ASSERT(aIndex < Length());
return mChars[aIndex];
Modifiers ModifiersAt(size_t aIndex) const {
MOZ_ASSERT(aIndex < Length());
return mModifiers[aIndex];
size_t Length() const {
MOZ_ASSERT(mChars.Length() == mModifiers.Length());
return mChars.Length();
bool IsProducingCharsWithAltGr() const {
return !IsEmpty() && (ModifiersAt(0) & MODIFIER_ALTGRAPH) != 0;
void FillModifiers(Modifiers aModifiers);
* OverwriteModifiersIfBeginsWith() assigns mModifiers with aOther between
* [0] and [aOther.mLength - 1] only when mChars begins with aOther.mChars.
void OverwriteModifiersIfBeginsWith(const UniCharsAndModifiers& aOther);
bool UniCharsEqual(const UniCharsAndModifiers& aOther) const;
bool UniCharsCaseInsensitiveEqual(const UniCharsAndModifiers& aOther) const;
bool BeginsWith(const UniCharsAndModifiers& aOther) const;
const nsString& ToString() const { return mChars; }
nsAutoString mChars;
// 5 is enough number for normal keyboard layout handling. On Windows,
// a dead key sequence may cause inputting up to 5 characters per key press.
CopyableAutoTArray<Modifiers, 5> mModifiers;
struct DeadKeyEntry {
char16_t BaseChar;
char16_t CompositeChar;
class DeadKeyTable {
friend class KeyboardLayout;
uint16_t mEntries;
// KeyboardLayout::AddDeadKeyTable() will allocate as many entries as
// required. It is the only way to create new DeadKeyTable instances.
DeadKeyEntry mTable[1];
void Init(const DeadKeyEntry* aDeadKeyArray, uint32_t aEntries) {
mEntries = aEntries;
memcpy(mTable, aDeadKeyArray, aEntries * sizeof(DeadKeyEntry));
static uint32_t SizeInBytes(uint32_t aEntries) {
return offsetof(DeadKeyTable, mTable) + aEntries * sizeof(DeadKeyEntry);
uint32_t Entries() const { return mEntries; }
bool IsEqual(const DeadKeyEntry* aDeadKeyArray, uint32_t aEntries) const {
return (mEntries == aEntries &&
!memcmp(mTable, aDeadKeyArray, aEntries * sizeof(DeadKeyEntry)));
char16_t GetCompositeChar(char16_t aBaseChar) const;
class VirtualKey {
enum ShiftStateIndex : uint8_t {
// 0 - Normal
eNormal = 0,
// 1 - Shift
// 2 - Control
// 3 - Control + Shift
// 4 - Alt
// 5 - Alt + Shift
// 6 - Alt + Control (AltGr)
// 7 - Alt + Control + Shift (AltGr + Shift)
// 8 - CapsLock
// 9 - CapsLock + Shift
// 10 - CapsLock + Control
// 11 - CapsLock + Control + Shift
// 12 - CapsLock + Alt
// 13 - CapsLock + Alt + Shift
// 14 - CapsLock + Alt + Control (CapsLock + AltGr)
// 15 - CapsLock + Alt + Control + Shift (CapsLock + AltGr + Shift)
enum ShiftStateFlag {
STATE_ALT = 0x04,
// ShiftState needs to have AltGr state separately since this is necessary
// for lossless conversion with Modifiers.
// Useful to remove or check Ctrl and Alt flags.
typedef uint8_t ShiftState;
static ShiftState ModifiersToShiftState(Modifiers aModifiers);
static ShiftState ModifierKeyStateToShiftState(
const ModifierKeyState& aModKeyState) {
return ModifiersToShiftState(aModKeyState.GetModifiers());
static Modifiers ShiftStateToModifiers(ShiftState aShiftState);
static bool IsAltGrIndex(uint8_t aIndex) {
union KeyShiftState {
struct {
char16_t Chars[4];
} Normal;
struct {
const DeadKeyTable* Table;
char16_t DeadChar;
} DeadKey;
KeyShiftState mShiftStates[16];
uint16_t mIsDeadKey;
static uint8_t ToShiftStateIndex(ShiftState aShiftState) {
if (!(aShiftState & STATE_ALTGRAPH)) {
MOZ_ASSERT(aShiftState <= eAltGrShiftWithCapsLock);
return static_cast<uint8_t>(aShiftState);
uint8_t index = aShiftState & ~STATE_ALTGRAPH;
MOZ_ASSERT(index <= eAltGrShiftWithCapsLock);
return index;
void SetDeadKey(ShiftState aShiftState, bool aIsDeadKey) {
if (aIsDeadKey) {
mIsDeadKey |= 1 << ToShiftStateIndex(aShiftState);
} else {
mIsDeadKey &= ~(1 << ToShiftStateIndex(aShiftState));
static void FillKbdState(PBYTE aKbdState, const ShiftState aShiftState);
bool IsDeadKey(ShiftState aShiftState) const {
return (mIsDeadKey & (1 << ToShiftStateIndex(aShiftState))) != 0;
* IsChangedByAltGr() is useful to check if a key with AltGr produces
* different character(s) from the key without AltGr.
* Note that this is designed for checking if a keyboard layout has AltGr
* key. So, this result may not exactly correct for the key since it's
* okay to fails in some edge cases when we check all keys which produce
* character(s) in a layout.
bool IsChangedByAltGr(ShiftState aShiftState) const {
MOZ_ASSERT(aShiftState == ToShiftStateIndex(aShiftState));
MOZ_ASSERT(IsDeadKey(aShiftState) ||
const ShiftState kShiftStateWithoutAltGr =
aShiftState - ShiftStateIndex::eAltGr;
if (IsDeadKey(aShiftState) != IsDeadKey(kShiftStateWithoutAltGr)) {
return false;
if (IsDeadKey(aShiftState)) {
return mShiftStates[aShiftState].DeadKey.DeadChar !=
for (size_t i = 0; i < 4; i++) {
if (mShiftStates[aShiftState].Normal.Chars[i] !=
mShiftStates[kShiftStateWithoutAltGr].Normal.Chars[i]) {
return true;
if (!mShiftStates[aShiftState].Normal.Chars[i] &&
!mShiftStates[kShiftStateWithoutAltGr].Normal.Chars[i]) {
return false;
return false;
void AttachDeadKeyTable(ShiftState aShiftState,
const DeadKeyTable* aDeadKeyTable) {
MOZ_ASSERT(aShiftState == ToShiftStateIndex(aShiftState));
mShiftStates[aShiftState].DeadKey.Table = aDeadKeyTable;
void SetNormalChars(ShiftState aShiftState, const char16_t* aChars,
uint32_t aNumOfChars);
void SetDeadChar(ShiftState aShiftState, char16_t aDeadChar);
const DeadKeyTable* MatchingDeadKeyTable(const DeadKeyEntry* aDeadKeyArray,
uint32_t aEntries) const;
inline char16_t GetCompositeChar(ShiftState aShiftState,
char16_t aBaseChar) const {
return mShiftStates[ToShiftStateIndex(aShiftState)]
char16_t GetCompositeChar(const ModifierKeyState& aModKeyState,
char16_t aBaseChar) const {
return GetCompositeChar(ModifierKeyStateToShiftState(aModKeyState),
* GetNativeUniChars() returns character(s) which is produced by the
* key with given modifiers. This does NOT return proper MODIFIER_ALTGRAPH
* state because this is raw accessor of the database of this key.
UniCharsAndModifiers GetNativeUniChars(ShiftState aShiftState) const;
UniCharsAndModifiers GetNativeUniChars(
const ModifierKeyState& aModKeyState) const {
return GetNativeUniChars(ModifierKeyStateToShiftState(aModKeyState));
* GetUniChars() returns characters and modifiers which are not consumed
* to input the character.
* For example, if you specify Ctrl key but the key produces no character
* with Ctrl, this returns character(s) which is produced by the key
* without Ctrl. So, the result is useful to decide KeyboardEvent.key
* value.
* Another example is, if you specify Ctrl key and the key produces
* different character(s) from the case without Ctrl key, this returns
* the character(s) *without* MODIFIER_CONTROL. This modifier information
* is useful for eKeyPress since TextEditor does not treat eKeyPress events
* whose modifier includes MODIFIER_ALT and/or MODIFIER_CONTROL.
* @param aShiftState Modifiers which you want to retrieve
* KeyboardEvent.key value for the key with.
* If AltGr key is pressed, this should include
* STATE_ALTGRAPH and should NOT include
* If both Alt and Ctrl are pressed to emulate
* AltGr, this should include both STATE_ALT and
* STATE_CONTROL but should NOT include
* Then, this returns proper modifiers when
* this key produces no character with AltGr.
UniCharsAndModifiers GetUniChars(ShiftState aShiftState) const;
UniCharsAndModifiers GetUniChars(const ModifierKeyState& aModKeyState) const {
return GetUniChars(ModifierKeyStateToShiftState(aModKeyState));
class MOZ_STACK_CLASS NativeKey final {
friend class KeyboardLayout;
struct FakeCharMsg {
UINT mCharCode;
UINT mScanCode;
bool mIsSysKey;
bool mIsDeadKey;
bool mConsumed;
: mCharCode(0),
mConsumed(false) {}
MSG GetCharMsg(HWND aWnd) const {
MSG msg;
msg.hwnd = aWnd;
msg.message = mIsDeadKey && mIsSysKey ? WM_SYSDEADCHAR
: mIsDeadKey ? WM_DEADCHAR
: mIsSysKey ? WM_SYSCHAR
msg.wParam = static_cast<WPARAM>(mCharCode);
msg.lParam = static_cast<LPARAM>(mScanCode << 16);
msg.time = 0; = = 0;
return msg;
NativeKey(nsWindowBase* aWidget, const MSG& aMessage,
const ModifierKeyState& aModKeyState,
HKL aOverrideKeyboardLayout = 0,
nsTArray<FakeCharMsg>* aFakeCharMsgs = nullptr);
* Handle WM_KEYDOWN message or WM_SYSKEYDOWN message. The instance must be
* initialized with WM_KEYDOWN or WM_SYSKEYDOWN.
* Returns true if dispatched keydown event or keypress event is consumed.
* Otherwise, false.
bool HandleKeyDownMessage(bool* aEventDispatched = nullptr) const;
* Handles WM_CHAR message or WM_SYSCHAR message. The instance must be
* initialized with them.
* Returns true if dispatched keypress event is consumed. Otherwise, false.
bool HandleCharMessage(bool* aEventDispatched = nullptr) const;
* Handles keyup message. Returns true if the event is consumed.
* Otherwise, false.
bool HandleKeyUpMessage(bool* aEventDispatched = nullptr) const;
* Handles WM_APPCOMMAND message. Returns true if the event is consumed.
* Otherwise, false.
bool HandleAppCommandMessage() const;
* Callback of TextEventDispatcherListener::WillDispatchKeyboardEvent().
* This method sets alternative char codes of aKeyboardEvent.
void WillDispatchKeyboardEvent(WidgetKeyboardEvent& aKeyboardEvent,
uint32_t aIndex);
* Returns true if aChar is a control character which shouldn't be inputted
* into focused text editor.
static bool IsControlChar(char16_t aChar);
bool IsShift() const { return mModKeyState.IsShift(); }
bool IsControl() const { return mModKeyState.IsControl(); }
bool IsAlt() const { return mModKeyState.IsAlt(); }
bool MaybeEmulatingAltGraph() const;
Modifiers GetModifiers() const { return mModKeyState.GetModifiers(); }
const ModifierKeyState& ModifierKeyStateRef() const { return mModKeyState; }
VirtualKey::ShiftState GetShiftState() const {
return VirtualKey::ModifierKeyStateToShiftState(mModKeyState);
* GenericVirtualKeyCode() returns virtual keycode which cannot distinguish
* position of modifier keys. E.g., VK_CONTROL for both ControlLeft and
* ControlRight.
uint8_t GenericVirtualKeyCode() const { return mOriginalVirtualKeyCode; }
* SpecificVirtualKeyCode() returns virtual keycode which can distinguish
* position of modifier keys. E.g., returns VK_LCONTROL or VK_RCONTROL
* instead of VK_CONTROL. If the key message is synthesized with not
* enough information, this prefers left position's keycode.
uint8_t SpecificVirtualKeyCode() const { return mVirtualKeyCode; }
NativeKey* mLastInstance;
// mRemovingMsg is set at removing a char message from
// GetFollowingCharMessage().
MSG mRemovingMsg;
// mReceivedMsg is set when another instance starts to handle the message
// unexpectedly.
MSG mReceivedMsg;
RefPtr<nsWindowBase> mWidget;
RefPtr<TextEventDispatcher> mDispatcher;
HKL mKeyboardLayout;
MSG mMsg;
// mFollowingCharMsgs stores WM_CHAR, WM_SYSCHAR, WM_DEADCHAR or
// WM_SYSDEADCHAR message which follows WM_KEYDOWN.
// Note that the stored messaged are already removed from the queue.
// FYI: 5 is enough number for usual keyboard layout handling. On Windows,
// a dead key sequence may cause inputting up to 5 characters per key press.
AutoTArray<MSG, 5> mFollowingCharMsgs;
// mRemovedOddCharMsgs stores WM_CHAR messages which are caused by ATOK or
// WXG (they are Japanese IME) when the user tries to do "Kakutei-undo"
// (it means "undo the last commit").
nsTArray<MSG> mRemovedOddCharMsgs;
// If dispatching eKeyDown or eKeyPress event causes focus change,
// the instance shouldn't handle remaning char messages. For checking it,
// this should store first focused window.
HWND mFocusedWndBeforeDispatch;
uint32_t mDOMKeyCode;
KeyNameIndex mKeyNameIndex;
CodeNameIndex mCodeNameIndex;
ModifierKeyState mModKeyState;
// mVirtualKeyCode distinguishes left key or right key of modifier key.
uint8_t mVirtualKeyCode;
// mOriginalVirtualKeyCode doesn't distinguish left key or right key of
// modifier key. However, if the given keycode is VK_PROCESS, it's resolved
// to a keycode before it's handled by IME.
uint8_t mOriginalVirtualKeyCode;
// mCommittedChars indicates the inputted characters which is committed by
// the key. If dead key fail to composite a character, mCommittedChars
// indicates both the dead characters and the base characters.
UniCharsAndModifiers mCommittedCharsAndModifiers;
// Following strings are computed by
// ComputeInputtingStringWithKeyboardLayout() which is typically called
// before dispatching keydown event.
// mInputtingStringAndModifiers's string is the string to be
// inputted into the focused editor and its modifier state is proper
// modifier state for inputting the string into the editor.
UniCharsAndModifiers mInputtingStringAndModifiers;
// mShiftedString is the string to be inputted into the editor with
// current modifier state with active shift state.
UniCharsAndModifiers mShiftedString;
// mUnshiftedString is the string to be inputted into the editor with
// current modifier state without shift state.
UniCharsAndModifiers mUnshiftedString;
// Following integers are computed by
// ComputeInputtingStringWithKeyboardLayout() which is typically called
// before dispatching keydown event. The meaning of these values is same
// as charCode.
uint32_t mShiftedLatinChar;
uint32_t mUnshiftedLatinChar;
WORD mScanCode;
bool mIsExtended;
// mIsRepeat is true if the key message is caused by the auto-repeat
// feature.
bool mIsRepeat;
bool mIsDeadKey;
// mIsPrintableKey is true if the key may be a printable key without
// any modifier keys. Otherwise, false.
// Please note that the event may not cause any text input even if this
// is true. E.g., it might be dead key state or Ctrl key may be pressed.
bool mIsPrintableKey;
// mIsSkippableInRemoteProcess is false if the key event shouldn't be
// skipped in the remote process even if it's too old event.
bool mIsSkippableInRemoteProcess;
// mCharMessageHasGone is true if the message is a keydown message and
// it's followed by at least one char message but it's gone at removing
// from the queue. This could occur if PeekMessage() or something is
// hooked by odd tool.
bool mCharMessageHasGone;
// mIsOverridingKeyboardLayout is true if the instance temporarily overriding
// keyboard layout with specified by the constructor.
bool mIsOverridingKeyboardLayout;
// mCanIgnoreModifierStateAtKeyPress is true if it's allowed to remove
// Ctrl or Alt modifier state at dispatching eKeyPress.
bool mCanIgnoreModifierStateAtKeyPress;
nsTArray<FakeCharMsg>* mFakeCharMsgs;
// When a keydown event is dispatched at handling WM_APPCOMMAND, the computed
// virtual keycode is set to this. Even if we consume WM_APPCOMMAND message,
// Windows may send WM_KEYDOWN and WM_KEYUP message for them.
// At that time, we should not dispatch key events for them.
static uint8_t sDispatchedKeyOfAppCommand;
NativeKey() {
MOZ_CRASH("The default constructor of NativeKey isn't available");
void InitWithAppCommand();
void InitWithKeyOrChar();
* InitIsSkippableForKeyOrChar() initializes mIsSkippableInRemoteProcess with
* mIsRepeat and previous key message information. So, this must be called
* after mIsRepeat is initialized.
void InitIsSkippableForKeyOrChar(const MSG& aLastKeyMSG);
* InitCommittedCharsAndModifiersWithFollowingCharMessages() initializes
* mCommittedCharsAndModifiers with mFollowingCharMsgs and mModKeyState.
* If mFollowingCharMsgs includes non-printable char messages, they are
* ignored (skipped).
void InitCommittedCharsAndModifiersWithFollowingCharMessages();
UINT GetScanCodeWithExtendedFlag() const;
// The result is one of eKeyLocation*.
uint32_t GetKeyLocation() const;
* RemoveFollowingOddCharMessages() removes odd WM_CHAR messages from the
* queue when IsIMEDoingKakuteiUndo() returns true.
void RemoveFollowingOddCharMessages();
* "Kakutei-Undo" of ATOK or WXG (both of them are Japanese IME) causes
* strange WM_KEYDOWN/WM_KEYUP/WM_CHAR message pattern. So, when this
* returns true, the caller needs to be careful for processing the messages.
bool IsIMEDoingKakuteiUndo() const;
* This returns true if user types a number key in numpad with Alt key
* to input a Unicode character from its scalar value.
* Note that inputting Unicode scalar value is available without NumLock.
* Therefore, this returns true even if user presses a function key on
* numpad without NumLock, but that may be intended to perform a shortcut
* key like Alt + Home.
bool MaybeTypingUnicodeScalarValue() const {
return !mIsExtended && IsSysKeyDownOrKeyUpMessage() && IsAlt() &&
!IsControl() && !IsShift() &&
((mScanCode >= 0x004F && mScanCode <= 0x0052) || // Numpad0-3
(mScanCode >= 0x004B && mScanCode <= 0x004D) || // Numpad4-6
(mScanCode >= 0x0047 && mScanCode <= 0x0049)); // Numpad7-9
bool IsKeyDownMessage() const {
return mMsg.message == WM_KEYDOWN || mMsg.message == WM_SYSKEYDOWN;
bool IsKeyUpMessage() const {
return mMsg.message == WM_KEYUP || mMsg.message == WM_SYSKEYUP;
bool IsSysKeyDownOrKeyUpMessage() const {
return mMsg.message == WM_SYSKEYDOWN || mMsg.message == WM_SYSKEYUP;
bool IsCharOrSysCharMessage(const MSG& aMSG) const {
return IsCharOrSysCharMessage(aMSG.message);
bool IsCharOrSysCharMessage(UINT aMessage) const {
return (aMessage == WM_CHAR || aMessage == WM_SYSCHAR);
bool IsCharMessage(const MSG& aMSG) const {
return IsCharMessage(aMSG.message);
bool IsCharMessage(UINT aMessage) const {
return (IsCharOrSysCharMessage(aMessage) || IsDeadCharMessage(aMessage));
bool IsDeadCharMessage(const MSG& aMSG) const {
return IsDeadCharMessage(aMSG.message);
bool IsDeadCharMessage(UINT aMessage) const {
return (aMessage == WM_DEADCHAR || aMessage == WM_SYSDEADCHAR);
bool IsSysCharMessage(const MSG& aMSG) const {
return IsSysCharMessage(aMSG.message);
bool IsSysCharMessage(UINT aMessage) const {
return (aMessage == WM_SYSCHAR || aMessage == WM_SYSDEADCHAR);
bool MayBeSameCharMessage(const MSG& aCharMsg1, const MSG& aCharMsg2) const;
bool IsSamePhysicalKeyMessage(const MSG& aKeyOrCharMsg1,
const MSG& aKeyOrCharMsg2) const;
bool IsFollowedByPrintableCharMessage() const;
bool IsFollowedByPrintableCharOrSysCharMessage() const;
bool IsFollowedByDeadCharMessage() const;
bool IsPrintableCharMessage(const MSG& aMSG) const {
return aMSG.message == WM_CHAR &&
bool IsEnterKeyPressCharMessage(const MSG& aMSG) const {
return aMSG.message == WM_CHAR && aMSG.wParam == '\r';
bool IsPrintableCharOrSysCharMessage(const MSG& aMSG) const {
return IsCharOrSysCharMessage(aMSG) &&
bool IsControlCharMessage(const MSG& aMSG) const {
return IsCharMessage(aMSG.message) &&
* IsReservedBySystem() returns true if the key combination is reserved by
* the system. Even if it's consumed by web apps, the message should be
* sent to next wndproc.
bool IsReservedBySystem() const;
* GetFollowingCharMessage() returns following char message of handling
* keydown event. If the message is found, this method returns true.
* Otherwise, returns false.
* WARNING: Even if this returns true, aCharMsg may be WM_NULL or its
* hwnd may be different window.
bool GetFollowingCharMessage(MSG& aCharMsg);
* Wraps MapVirtualKeyEx() with MAPVK_VSC_TO_VK.
uint8_t ComputeVirtualKeyCodeFromScanCode() const;
* Wraps MapVirtualKeyEx() with MAPVK_VSC_TO_VK_EX.
uint8_t ComputeVirtualKeyCodeFromScanCodeEx() const;
* Wraps MapVirtualKeyEx() with MAPVK_VK_TO_VSC_EX or MAPVK_VK_TO_VSC.
uint16_t ComputeScanCodeExFromVirtualKeyCode(UINT aVirtualKeyCode) const;
* Wraps MapVirtualKeyEx() with MAPVK_VSC_TO_VK and MAPVK_VK_TO_CHAR.
char16_t ComputeUnicharFromScanCode() const;
* Initializes the aKeyEvent with the information stored in the instance.
nsEventStatus InitKeyEvent(WidgetKeyboardEvent& aKeyEvent,
const ModifierKeyState& aModKeyState) const;
nsEventStatus InitKeyEvent(WidgetKeyboardEvent& aKeyEvent) const;
* Dispatches a command event for aEventCommand.
* Returns true if the event is consumed. Otherwise, false.
bool DispatchCommandEvent(uint32_t aEventCommand) const;
* DispatchKeyPressEventsWithRetrievedCharMessages() dispatches keypress
* event(s) with retrieved char messages.
bool DispatchKeyPressEventsWithRetrievedCharMessages() const;
* DispatchKeyPressEventsWithoutCharMessage() dispatches keypress event(s)
* without char messages. So, this should be used only when there are no
* following char messages.
bool DispatchKeyPressEventsWithoutCharMessage() const;
* Checkes whether the key event down message is handled without following
* WM_CHAR messages. For example, if following WM_CHAR message indicates
* control character input, the WM_CHAR message is unclear whether it's
* caused by a printable key with Ctrl or just a function key such as Enter
* or Backspace.
bool NeedsToHandleWithoutFollowingCharMessages() const;
* ComputeInputtingStringWithKeyboardLayout() computes string to be inputted
* with the key and the modifier state, without shift state and with shift
* state.
void ComputeInputtingStringWithKeyboardLayout();
* IsFocusedWindowChanged() returns true if focused window is changed
* after the instance is created.
bool IsFocusedWindowChanged() const {
return mFocusedWndBeforeDispatch != ::GetFocus();
* Handles WM_CHAR message or WM_SYSCHAR message. The instance must be
* initialized with WM_KEYDOWN, WM_SYSKEYDOWN or them.
* Returns true if dispatched keypress event is consumed. Otherwise, false.
bool HandleCharMessage(const MSG& aCharMsg,
bool* aEventDispatched = nullptr) const;
// Calls of PeekMessage() from NativeKey might cause nested message handling
// due to (perhaps) odd API hook. NativeKey should do nothing if given
// message is tried to be retrieved by another instance.
* sLatestInstacne is a pointer to the newest instance of NativeKey which is
* handling a key or char message(s).
static NativeKey* sLatestInstance;
static const MSG sEmptyMSG;
static MSG sLastKeyOrCharMSG;
static MSG sLastKeyMSG;
static bool IsEmptyMSG(const MSG& aMSG) {
return !memcmp(&aMSG, &sEmptyMSG, sizeof(MSG));
bool IsAnotherInstanceRemovingCharMessage() const {
return mLastInstance && !IsEmptyMSG(mLastInstance->mRemovingMsg);
* Returns last key or char MSG. If no MSG has been received yet, the result
* is empty MSG (i.e., .message is WM_NULL).
static const MSG& LastKeyOrCharMSG() { return sLastKeyOrCharMSG; }
class KeyboardLayout {
static KeyboardLayout* GetInstance();
static void Shutdown();
static HKL GetActiveLayout();
static nsCString GetActiveLayoutName();
static void NotifyIdleServiceOfUserActivity();
static bool IsPrintableCharKey(uint8_t aVirtualKey);
* HasAltGr() returns true if the keyboard layout's AltRight key is AltGr
* key.
bool HasAltGr() const { return mHasAltGr; }
* IsDeadKey() returns true if aVirtualKey is a dead key with aModKeyState.
* This method isn't stateful.
bool IsDeadKey(uint8_t aVirtualKey,
const ModifierKeyState& aModKeyState) const;
bool IsDeadKey(const NativeKey& aNativeKey) const {
return IsDeadKey(aNativeKey.GenericVirtualKeyCode(),
* IsInDeadKeySequence() returns true when it's in a dead key sequence.
* It starts when a dead key is down and ends when another key down causes
* inactivating the dead key state.
bool IsInDeadKeySequence() const { return !mActiveDeadKeys.IsEmpty(); }
* IsSysKey() returns true if aVirtualKey with aModKeyState causes WM_SYSKEY*
* or WM_SYS*CHAR messages.
bool IsSysKey(uint8_t aVirtualKey,
const ModifierKeyState& aModKeyState) const;
bool IsSysKey(const NativeKey& aNativeKey) const {
return IsSysKey(aNativeKey.GenericVirtualKeyCode(),
* GetUniCharsAndModifiers() returns characters which are inputted by
* aVirtualKey with aModKeyState. This method isn't stateful.
* Note that if the combination causes text input, the result's Ctrl and
* Alt key state are never active.
UniCharsAndModifiers GetUniCharsAndModifiers(
uint8_t aVirtualKey, const ModifierKeyState& aModKeyState) const {
VirtualKey::ShiftState shiftState =
return GetUniCharsAndModifiers(aVirtualKey, shiftState);
UniCharsAndModifiers GetUniCharsAndModifiers(
const NativeKey& aNativeKey) const {
return GetUniCharsAndModifiers(aNativeKey.GenericVirtualKeyCode(),
* OnLayoutChange() must be called before the first keydown message is
* received. LoadLayout() changes the keyboard state, that causes breaking
* dead key state. Therefore, we need to load the layout before the first
* keydown message.
void OnLayoutChange(HKL aKeyboardLayout) {
* OverrideLayout() loads the specified keyboard layout.
void OverrideLayout(HKL aLayout) {
mIsOverridden = true;
* RestoreLayout() loads the current keyboard layout of the thread.
void RestoreLayout() {
mIsOverridden = false;
mIsPendingToRestoreKeyboardLayout = true;
uint32_t ConvertNativeKeyCodeToDOMKeyCode(UINT aNativeKeyCode) const;
* ConvertNativeKeyCodeToKeyNameIndex() returns KeyNameIndex value for
* non-printable keys (except some special keys like space key).
KeyNameIndex ConvertNativeKeyCodeToKeyNameIndex(uint8_t aVirtualKey) const;
* ConvertScanCodeToCodeNameIndex() returns CodeNameIndex value for
* the given scan code. aScanCode can be over 0xE000 since this method
* doesn't use Windows API.
static CodeNameIndex ConvertScanCodeToCodeNameIndex(UINT aScanCode);
HKL GetLayout() const {
return mIsPendingToRestoreKeyboardLayout ? ::GetKeyboardLayout(0)
: mKeyboardLayout;
* This wraps MapVirtualKeyEx() API with MAPVK_VK_TO_VSC.
WORD ComputeScanCodeForVirtualKeyCode(uint8_t aVirtualKeyCode) const;
* Implementation of nsIWidget::SynthesizeNativeKeyEvent().
nsresult SynthesizeNativeKeyEvent(nsWindowBase* aWidget,
int32_t aNativeKeyboardLayout,
int32_t aNativeKeyCode,
uint32_t aModifierFlags,
const nsAString& aCharacters,
const nsAString& aUnmodifiedCharacters);
static KeyboardLayout* sInstance;
static nsIUserIdleServiceInternal* sIdleService;
struct DeadKeyTableListEntry {
DeadKeyTableListEntry* next;
uint8_t data[1];
HKL mKeyboardLayout;
VirtualKey mVirtualKeys[NS_NUM_OF_KEYS];
DeadKeyTableListEntry* mDeadKeyTableListHead;
// When mActiveDeadKeys is empty, it's not in dead key sequence.
// Otherwise, it contains virtual keycodes which are pressed in current
// dead key sequence.
nsTArray<uint8_t> mActiveDeadKeys;
// mDeadKeyShiftStates is always same length as mActiveDeadKeys.
// This stores shift states at pressing each dead key stored in
// mActiveDeadKeys.
nsTArray<VirtualKey::ShiftState> mDeadKeyShiftStates;
bool mIsOverridden;
bool mIsPendingToRestoreKeyboardLayout;
bool mHasAltGr;
static inline int32_t GetKeyIndex(uint8_t aVirtualKey);
static int CompareDeadKeyEntries(const void* aArg1, const void* aArg2,
void* aData);
static bool AddDeadKeyEntry(char16_t aBaseChar, char16_t aCompositeChar,
DeadKeyEntry* aDeadKeyArray, uint32_t aEntries);
bool EnsureDeadKeyActive(bool aIsActive, uint8_t aDeadKey,
const PBYTE aDeadKeyKbdState);
uint32_t GetDeadKeyCombinations(uint8_t aDeadKey,
const PBYTE aDeadKeyKbdState,
uint16_t aShiftStatesWithBaseChars,
DeadKeyEntry* aDeadKeyArray,
uint32_t aMaxEntries);
* Activates or deactivates dead key state.
void ActivateDeadKeyState(const NativeKey& aNativeKey);
void DeactivateDeadKeyState();
const DeadKeyTable* AddDeadKeyTable(const DeadKeyEntry* aDeadKeyArray,
uint32_t aEntries);
void ReleaseDeadKeyTables();
* Loads the specified keyboard layout. This method always clear the dead key
* state.
void LoadLayout(HKL aLayout);
* Gets the keyboard layout name of aLayout. Be careful, this may be too
* slow to call at handling user input.
nsCString GetLayoutName(HKL aLayout) const;
* InitNativeKey() must be called when actually widget receives WM_KEYDOWN or
* WM_KEYUP. This method is stateful. This saves current dead key state at
* WM_KEYDOWN. Additionally, computes current inputted character(s) and set
* them to the aNativeKey.
void InitNativeKey(NativeKey& aNativeKey);
* MaybeInitNativeKeyAsDeadKey() initializes aNativeKey only when aNativeKey
* is a dead key's event.
* When it's not in a dead key sequence, this activates the dead key state.
* When it's in a dead key sequence, this initializes aNativeKey with a
* composite character or a preceding dead char and a dead char which should
* be caused by aNativeKey.
* Returns true when this initializes aNativeKey. Otherwise, false.
bool MaybeInitNativeKeyAsDeadKey(NativeKey& aNativeKey);
* MaybeInitNativeKeyWithCompositeChar() may initialize aNativeKey with
* proper composite character when dead key produces a composite character.
* Otherwise, just returns false.
bool MaybeInitNativeKeyWithCompositeChar(NativeKey& aNativeKey);
* See the comment of GetUniCharsAndModifiers() below.
UniCharsAndModifiers GetUniCharsAndModifiers(
uint8_t aVirtualKey, VirtualKey::ShiftState aShiftState) const;
* GetDeadUniCharsAndModifiers() returns dead chars which are stored in
* current dead key sequence. So, this is stateful.
UniCharsAndModifiers GetDeadUniCharsAndModifiers() const;
* GetCompositeChar() returns a composite character with dead character
* caused by mActiveDeadKeys, mDeadKeyShiftStates and a base character
* (aBaseChar).
* If the combination of the dead character and the base character doesn't
* cause a composite character, this returns 0.
char16_t GetCompositeChar(char16_t aBaseChar) const;
// NativeKey class should access InitNativeKey() directly, but it shouldn't
// be available outside of NativeKey. So, let's make NativeKey a friend
// class of this.
friend class NativeKey;
class RedirectedKeyDownMessageManager {
* If a window receives WM_KEYDOWN message or WM_SYSKEYDOWM message which is
* a redirected message, NativeKey::DispatchKeyDownAndKeyPressEvent()
* prevents to dispatch eKeyDown event because it has been dispatched
* before the message was redirected. However, in some cases, WM_*KEYDOWN
* message handler may not handle actually. Then, the message handler needs
* to forget the redirected message and remove WM_CHAR message or WM_SYSCHAR
* message for the redirected keydown message. AutoFlusher class is a helper
* class for doing it. This must be created in the stack.
class MOZ_STACK_CLASS AutoFlusher final {
AutoFlusher(nsWindowBase* aWidget, const MSG& aMsg)
: mCancel(!RedirectedKeyDownMessageManager::IsRedirectedMessage(aMsg)),
mMsg(aMsg) {}
~AutoFlusher() {
if (mCancel) {
// Prevent unnecessary keypress event
if (!mWidget->Destroyed()) {
// Foreget the redirected message
void Cancel() { mCancel = true; }
bool mCancel;
RefPtr<nsWindowBase> mWidget;
const MSG& mMsg;
static void WillRedirect(const MSG& aMsg, bool aDefualtPrevented) {
sRedirectedKeyDownMsg = aMsg;
sDefaultPreventedOfRedirectedMsg = aDefualtPrevented;
static void Forget() { sRedirectedKeyDownMsg.message = WM_NULL; }
static void PreventDefault() { sDefaultPreventedOfRedirectedMsg = true; }
static bool DefaultPrevented() { return sDefaultPreventedOfRedirectedMsg; }
static bool IsRedirectedMessage(const MSG& aMsg);
* RemoveNextCharMessage() should be called by WM_KEYDOWN or WM_SYSKEYDOWM
* message handler. If there is no WM_(SYS)CHAR message for it, this
* method does nothing.
* NOTE: WM_(SYS)CHAR message is posted by TranslateMessage() API which is
* called in message loop. So, WM_(SYS)KEYDOWN message should have
* WM_(SYS)CHAR message in the queue if the keydown event causes character
* input.
static void RemoveNextCharMessage(HWND aWnd);
// sRedirectedKeyDownMsg is WM_KEYDOWN message or WM_SYSKEYDOWN message which
// is reirected with SendInput() API by
// widget::NativeKey::DispatchKeyDownAndKeyPressEvent()
static MSG sRedirectedKeyDownMsg;
static bool sDefaultPreventedOfRedirectedMsg;
} // namespace widget
} // namespace mozilla