Bug 1000423 - Properly convert from appunits/layout device pixels to layer pixels for composition bounds calculation. r=botond, a=lsblakk
authorTimothy Nikkel <tnikkel@gmail.com>
Sun, 04 May 2014 23:18:18 -0500
changeset 192244 d7abd8044d61
parent 192243 315f0fda0470
child 192245 d202bb3a79cf
push id3540
push userryanvm@gmail.com
push dateFri, 09 May 2014 15:08:47 +0000
treeherdermozilla-beta@d7abd8044d61 [default view] [failures only]
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reviewersbotond, lsblakk
Bug 1000423 - Properly convert from appunits/layout device pixels to layer pixels for composition bounds calculation. r=botond, a=lsblakk To get layer pixels (doesn't matter which layer, they are all the same to layout because there is no async transform) you need to multiply by the cumulative resolution. The fact that our units system says that multiplying by the parent resolution will work is a problem with our units system.
--- a/layout/base/nsDisplayList.cpp
+++ b/layout/base/nsDisplayList.cpp
@@ -727,42 +727,49 @@ static void RecordFrameMetrics(nsIFrame*
     if (document) {
       nsCOMPtr<nsPIDOMWindow> innerWin(document->GetInnerWindow());
       if (innerWin) {
         metrics.mMayHaveTouchListeners = innerWin->HasTouchEventListeners();
+  LayoutDeviceToParentLayerScale layoutToParentLayerScale =
+    // The ScreenToParentLayerScale should be mTransformScale which is not calculated yet,
+    // but we don't yet handle CSS transforms, so we assume it's 1 here.
+    metrics.mCumulativeResolution * LayerToScreenScale(1.0) * ScreenToParentLayerScale(1.0);
   // Calculate the composition bounds as the size of the scroll frame and
   // its origin relative to the reference frame.
   // If aScrollFrame is null, we are in a document without a root scroll frame,
   // so it's a xul document. In this case, use the size of the viewport frame.
   nsIFrame* frameForCompositionBoundsCalculation = aScrollFrame ? aScrollFrame : aForFrame;
   nsRect compositionBounds(frameForCompositionBoundsCalculation->GetOffsetToCrossDoc(aReferenceFrame),
   metrics.mCompositionBounds = RoundedToInt(LayoutDeviceRect::FromAppUnits(compositionBounds, auPerDevPixel)
-                                            * metrics.GetParentResolution());
+                                            * layoutToParentLayerScale);
   // For the root scroll frame of the root content document, the above calculation
   // will yield the size of the viewport frame as the composition bounds, which
   // doesn't actually correspond to what is visible when
   // nsIDOMWindowUtils::setCSSViewport has been called to modify the visible area of
   // the prescontext that the viewport frame is reflowed into. In that case if our
   // document has a widget then the widget's bounds will correspond to what is
   // visible. If we don't have a widget the root view's bounds correspond to what
   // would be visible because they don't get modified by setCSSViewport.
   bool isRootContentDocRootScrollFrame = presContext->IsRootContentDocument()
                                       && aScrollFrame == presShell->GetRootScrollFrame();
   if (isRootContentDocRootScrollFrame) {
     if (nsIFrame* rootFrame = presShell->GetRootFrame()) {
       if (nsView* view = rootFrame->GetView()) {
         nsRect viewBoundsAppUnits = view->GetBounds() + rootFrame->GetOffsetToCrossDoc(aReferenceFrame);
         ParentLayerIntRect viewBounds = RoundedToInt(LayoutDeviceRect::FromAppUnits(viewBoundsAppUnits, auPerDevPixel)
-                                                     * metrics.GetParentResolution());
+                                                     * layoutToParentLayerScale);
         // On Android, we need to do things a bit differently to get things
         // right (see bug 983208, bug 988882). We use the bounds of the nearest
         // widget, but clamp the height to the view bounds height. This clamping
         // is done to get correct results for a page where the page is sized to
         // the screen and thus the dynamic toolbar never disappears. In such a
         // case, we want the composition bounds to exclude the toolbar height,
         // but the widget bounds includes it. We don't currently have a good way
         // of knowing about the toolbar height, but clamping to the view bounds