EDIT: just found the origin of the issue. In my Login Form I had "
setInlineAllStyles("transparency:0; opacity:255; alignment:center;");" . 
Removing 
the "transparency:0" parametter solved the issue.

On Monday, March 26, 2018 at 10:25:22 PM UTC+2, Steve Hannah wrote:
>
> It appears that initFirstTheme() sets the global resources file.  This is 
> the effective difference, as when you call the no-args constructor of your 
> form, it uses the global resource file.  I'll need to look into it deeper 
> to see what the correct behaviour should be (whether the result you're 
> getting is correct or not).
>
> Steve
>
> On Mon, Mar 26, 2018 at 12:24 PM, Thomas <tomber...@gmail.com 
> <javascript:>> wrote:
>
>> I suppose that my CN1 plugin is up to date (I had an automatic update 
>> notification 2 or 3 days ago). I tested in eclipse and Netbeans with the 
>> same result
>> my CN1 libs are also up to date (but just to be sure, I performed a new 
>> "refresh CN1libs libs" but that didn"t change anything) 
>>
>> I found how to fix the issue with my login Form. In my main class, if I 
>> do:
>> theme = UIManager.initFirstTheme("/theme");
>> instead of
>>  try {
>>      Resources theme = Resources.openLayered("/theme");
>>     
>>  
>> UIManager.getInstance().setThemeProps(theme.getTheme(theme.getThemeResourceNames()[0]));
>> } catch (IOException e) {
>>      e.printStackTrace();
>> }
>> that works (but I don't understand why as initFirstTheme() is suposed to 
>> be  a shorthand notation of the latest...)
>>
>> However, if I do that, my Login Form (= Sign In) layout is all messed up 
>> again, like in my previous post! (whereas it is OK when I use the second 
>> code with try catch):
>>
>>
>> <https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-_K-KJLFN4MU/WrlG9sN-uKI/AAAAAAAAAC0/_rNe9K4osQUBH1zkxroqKqUHgBV9q4Z2QCLcBGAs/s1600/cn1_simulator_issue5.png>
>>
>>
>>
>> Here is the code of my MainApplication class:
>>
>> package org.tbdlab.cn1test;
>>
>> import static com.codename1.ui.CN.addNetworkErrorListener;
>> import static com.codename1.ui.CN.updateNetworkThreadCount;
>>
>> import org.tbdlab.cn1test.screens.Launch;
>>
>> import com.codename1.io.Log;
>> import com.codename1.ui.Dialog;
>> import com.codename1.ui.Display;
>> import com.codename1.ui.Form;
>> import com.codename1.ui.SideMenuBar;
>> import com.codename1.ui.Toolbar;
>> import com.codename1.ui.plaf.UIManager;
>> import com.codename1.ui.util.Resources;
>>
>> /**
>>  * This file was generated by <a 
>> href="https://www.codenameone.com/";>Codename 
>> One</a> for the purpose 
>>  * of building native mobile applications using Java.
>>  */
>> @SuppressWarnings("deprecation")
>> public class MyApplication 
>> {
>>     private Form current;
>>     private Resources theme;
>>     private Form home;
>>
>>     
>>     public void init(Object context) {
>>        
>>     // use two network threads instead of one
>>         updateNetworkThreadCount(2);
>>        
>>         theme = UIManager.initFirstTheme("/theme");
>>         /*
>>         try {
>>         Resources theme = Resources.openLayered("/theme");
>>         
>> UIManager.getInstance().setThemeProps(theme.getTheme(theme.getThemeResourceNames()[0]));
>>         } catch (IOException e) {
>>             e.printStackTrace();
>>         }
>>         */
>>                 
>>         // Enable Toolbar on all Forms by default
>>         Toolbar.setGlobalToolbar(true);
>>
>>         // Pro only feature
>>         //Log.bindCrashProtection(true);
>>
>>         //Side menu
>>         
>> Display.getInstance().setCommandBehavior(Display.COMMAND_BEHAVIOR_SIDE_NAVIGATION);
>>         
>> UIManager.getInstance().getLookAndFeel().setMenuBarClass(SideMenuBar.class);
>>      
>>         
>>         addNetworkErrorListener(err -> {
>>             // prevent the event from propagating
>>             err.consume();
>>             if(err.getError() != null) {
>>                 Log.e(err.getError());
>>             }
>>             Log.sendLogAsync();
>>             Dialog.show("Connection Error", "There was a networking error 
>> in the connection to " + err.getConnectionRequest().getUrl(), "OK", null);
>>         });        
>>       
>>     }
>>         
>>
>>     public void start() {
>>         if (current != null) {
>>             current.show();
>>             return;
>>         }
>>         
>>         Form hi = new Launch();
>>         hi.show();
>>     }
>>
>>     public void stop() {
>>         current = Display.getInstance().getCurrent();
>>         if(current instanceof Dialog) {
>>             ((Dialog)current).dispose();
>>             current = Display.getInstance().getCurrent();
>>         }
>>     }
>>
>>     public void destroy() {
>>     }
>>
>>     
>> }
>>
>> The one of my Launch Form:
>>
>> package org.tbdlab.cn1test.screens;
>>
>> import com.codename1.ui.Form;
>>
>>
>> public class Launch extends com.codename1.ui.Form  {
>> public Launch() {
>>         this(com.codename1.ui.util.Resources.getGlobalResources());
>>     }
>>     
>>     public Launch(com.codename1.ui.util.Resources resourceObjectInstance) 
>> {
>>         initGuiBuilderComponents(resourceObjectInstance);
>>         this.getToolbar().hideToolbar();
>>     }
>>
>> //-- DON'T EDIT BELOW THIS LINE!!!
>>     private com.codename1.ui.Button gui_CreateAccountButton = new 
>> com.codename1.ui.Button();
>>     private com.codename1.ui.Button gui_SignInButton = new 
>> com.codename1.ui.Button();
>>     private com.codename1.components.ScaleImageLabel gui_Logo = new 
>> com.codename1.components.ScaleImageLabel();
>>
>>
>> // <editor-fold defaultstate="collapsed" desc="Generated Code">          
>>                 
>>     private void guiBuilderBindComponentListeners() {
>>         EventCallbackClass callback = new EventCallbackClass();
>>         gui_CreateAccountButton.addActionListener(callback);
>>         gui_SignInButton.addActionListener(callback);
>>     }
>>
>>     class EventCallbackClass implements 
>> com.codename1.ui.events.ActionListener, 
>> com.codename1.ui.events.DataChangedListener {
>>         private com.codename1.ui.Component cmp;
>>         public EventCallbackClass(com.codename1.ui.Component cmp) {
>>             this.cmp = cmp;
>>         }
>>
>>         public EventCallbackClass() {
>>         }
>>
>>         public void actionPerformed(com.codename1.ui.events.ActionEvent 
>> ev) {
>>             com.codename1.ui.Component sourceComponent = 
>> ev.getComponent();
>>
>>             if(sourceComponent.getParent().getLeadParent() != null && 
>> (sourceComponent.getParent().getLeadParent() instanceof 
>> com.codename1.components.MultiButton || 
>> sourceComponent.getParent().getLeadParent() instanceof 
>> com.codename1.components.SpanButton)) {
>>                 sourceComponent = 
>> sourceComponent.getParent().getLeadParent();
>>             }
>>
>>             if(sourceComponent == gui_CreateAccountButton) {
>>                 onCreateAccountButtonActionEvent(ev);
>>             }
>>             if(sourceComponent == gui_SignInButton) {
>>                 onSignInButtonActionEvent(ev);
>>             }
>>         }
>>
>>         public void dataChanged(int type, int index) {
>>         }
>>     }
>>     private void initGuiBuilderComponents(com.codename1.ui.util.Resources 
>> resourceObjectInstance) {
>>         guiBuilderBindComponentListeners();
>>         setLayout(new com.codename1.ui.layouts.LayeredLayout());
>>         setInlineStylesTheme(resourceObjectInstance);
>>         setScrollableY(false);
>>                 setInlineStylesTheme(resourceObjectInstance);
>>         addComponent(gui_CreateAccountButton);
>>         addComponent(gui_SignInButton);
>>         addComponent(gui_Logo);
>>         gui_CreateAccountButton.setText("Create an account");
>>                 
>> gui_CreateAccountButton.setInlineStylesTheme(resourceObjectInstance);
>>         gui_CreateAccountButton.setInlineAllStyles("border:round ffbbbbbb 
>> rect; fgColor:ffffff; opacity:255; bgImage:; alignment:center; 
>> padding:2.5mm 2.5mm 2.5mm 2.5mm;");
>>         gui_CreateAccountButton.setName("CreateAccountButton");
>>         
>> gui_CreateAccountButton.setTextPosition(com.codename1.ui.Component.LEFT);
>>         
>> ((com.codename1.ui.layouts.LayeredLayout)gui_CreateAccountButton.getParent().getLayout()).setInsets(gui_CreateAccountButton,
>>  
>> "auto 5.0mm 5.0mm 5.0mm").setReferenceComponents(gui_CreateAccountButton, 
>> "-1 -1 -1 -1").setReferencePositions(gui_CreateAccountButton, "0.0 0.0 0.0 
>> 0.0");
>>         gui_SignInButton.setText("Sign in");
>>                 
>> gui_SignInButton.setInlineStylesTheme(resourceObjectInstance);
>>         gui_SignInButton.setInlineAllStyles("border:round ff5bc8fb rect; 
>> fgColor:ffffff; opacity:255; bgImage:; alignment:center; padding:2.5mm 
>> 2.5mm 2.5mm 2.5mm;");
>>         gui_SignInButton.setName("SignInButton");
>>         gui_SignInButton.setTextPosition(com.codename1.ui.Component.LEFT);
>>         
>> ((com.codename1.ui.layouts.LayeredLayout)gui_SignInButton.getParent().getLayout()).setInsets(gui_SignInButton,
>>  
>> "auto 5.0mm 3.0mm 5.0mm").setReferenceComponents(gui_SignInButton, "-1 -1 0 
>> -1").setReferencePositions(gui_SignInButton, "0.0 0.0 1.0 0.0");
>>         gui_Logo.setPreferredSizeStr("50.0mm inherit");
>>                 gui_Logo.setInlineStylesTheme(resourceObjectInstance);
>>         gui_Logo.setName("Logo");
>>         
>> com.codename1.ui.FontImage.setMaterialIcon(gui_Logo,"\ue3f4".charAt(0));
>>         
>> ((com.codename1.ui.layouts.LayeredLayout)gui_Logo.getParent().getLayout()).setInsets(gui_Logo,
>>  
>> "5.0mm auto 5.0mm auto").setReferenceComponents(gui_Logo, "-1 -1 1 
>> -1").setReferencePositions(gui_Logo, "0.0 0.0 1.0 0.0");
>>     }// </editor-fold>
>>
>> //-- DON'T EDIT ABOVE THIS LINE!!!
>>  
>>     public void 
>> onSignInButtonActionEvent(com.codename1.ui.events.ActionEvent ev) {
>>     Form loginf = new Login();
>>     //loginf.getToolbar().setBackCommand("", e -> ((Form) 
>> ev.getComponent().getParent()).showBack());
>>     loginf.show();
>>     }
>>     
>>     public void 
>> onCreateAccountButtonActionEvent(com.codename1.ui.events.ActionEvent ev) {
>>         Form signf = new Register();
>>         //signf.getToolbar().setBackCommand("", e -> ((Form) 
>> ev.getComponent().getParent()).showBack());
>>         signf.show();
>>     }
>>     
>>     
>> }
>>
>>
>>
>> and the one of my Login Form:
>>
>> package org.tbdlab.cn1test.screens;
>>
>>
>> public class Login extends com.codename1.ui.Form {
>>     
>> public Login() {
>>         this(com.codename1.ui.util.Resources.getGlobalResources());
>>     }
>>     
>>     public Login(com.codename1.ui.util.Resources resourceObjectInstance) {
>>         initGuiBuilderComponents(resourceObjectInstance);
>>    }
>>     
>> //-- DON'T EDIT BELOW THIS LINE!!!
>>     private com.codename1.ui.TextField gui_Email = new 
>> com.codename1.ui.TextField();
>>     private com.codename1.ui.TextField gui_Password = new 
>> com.codename1.ui.TextField();
>>     private com.codename1.ui.Button gui_LoginButton = new 
>> com.codename1.ui.Button();
>>
>>
>> // <editor-fold defaultstate="collapsed" desc="Generated Code">          
>>                 
>>     private void initGuiBuilderComponents(com.codename1.ui.util.Resources 
>> resourceObjectInstance) {
>>         setLayout(new com.codename1.ui.layouts.LayeredLayout());
>>         setInlineStylesTheme(resourceObjectInstance);
>>         setScrollableY(false);
>>                 setInlineStylesTheme(resourceObjectInstance);
>>         setInlineAllStyles("transparency:0; opacity:255; 
>> alignment:center;");
>>         setTitle("Sign In");
>>         setName("Login");
>>         addComponent(gui_Email);
>>         addComponent(gui_Password);
>>         addComponent(gui_LoginButton);
>>         gui_Email.setHint("Email");
>>                 gui_Email.setInlineStylesTheme(resourceObjectInstance);
>>         gui_Email.setInlineAllStyles("border:none;");
>>         gui_Email.setName("Email");
>>         gui_Email.setRows(1);
>>         
>> ((com.codename1.ui.layouts.LayeredLayout)gui_Email.getParent().getLayout()).setInsets(gui_Email,
>>  
>> "5.0mm 5.0mm auto 5.0mm").setReferenceComponents(gui_Email, "-1 -1 -1 
>> -1").setReferencePositions(gui_Email, "0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0");
>>         gui_Password.setHint("Password");
>>                 gui_Password.setInlineStylesTheme(resourceObjectInstance);
>>         gui_Password.setInlineAllStyles("border:none;");
>>         gui_Password.setName("Password");
>>         gui_Password.setRows(1);
>>         
>> ((com.codename1.ui.layouts.LayeredLayout)gui_Password.getParent().getLayout()).setInsets(gui_Password,
>>  
>> "5.0mm 0.0mm auto 0.0mm").setReferenceComponents(gui_Password, "0 0 -1 0 
>> ").setReferencePositions(gui_Password, "1.0 0.0 0.0 0.0");
>>         gui_LoginButton.setText("Login");
>>                 
>> gui_LoginButton.setInlineStylesTheme(resourceObjectInstance);
>>         gui_LoginButton.setName("LoginButton");
>>         
>> ((com.codename1.ui.layouts.LayeredLayout)gui_LoginButton.getParent().getLayout()).setInsets(gui_LoginButton,
>>  
>> "10.0mm 5.0mm auto 5.0mm").setReferenceComponents(gui_LoginButton, "1 -1 -1 
>> -1").setReferencePositions(gui_LoginButton, "1.0 0.0 0.0 0.0");
>>     }// </editor-fold>
>>
>> //-- DON'T EDIT ABOVE THIS LINE!!!
>> }
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> On Monday, March 26, 2018 at 1:50:10 PM UTC+2, Steve Hannah wrote:
>>>
>>> I just copied the source code you posted directly into a project that 
>>> uses the blue theme, and this was the result in the Simulator.
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> I'm not sure why you'd be getting different results.  Perhaps your 
>>> project is using an older version of the libs.  Make sure that:
>>>
>>> 1. Your Codename One plugin is up to date with the latest.
>>> 2. That your project libs are up to date.  (I.e. Project Properties > 
>>> Click "Update project libs".
>>>
>>>
>>> WRT hiding the titlebar altogether, try this: 
>>> https://stackoverflow.com/questions/42871223/how-do-i-hide-get-rid-the-title-bar-on-a-form-codename-one
>>>
>>> Steve
>>>
>>>
>>> On Fri, Mar 23, 2018 at 12:36 PM, Thomas <tomber...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>>
>>>> The SignInForm UIID was the source of the issue. Thanks. (Not sure why 
>>>> taking a screenshot changed the layout though...)
>>>> I now have another issue with the simulator.
>>>>
>>>> Here is the source code of my class generated with the GUI builder:
>>>>
>>>> import com.codename1.ui.Form;
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> public class Launch extends com.codename1.ui.Form  {
>>>> public Launch() {
>>>>         this(com.codename1.ui.util.Resources.getGlobalResources());
>>>>     }
>>>>     
>>>>     public Launch(com.codename1.ui.util.Resources 
>>>> resourceObjectInstance) {
>>>>         initGuiBuilderComponents(resourceObjectInstance);
>>>>     }
>>>>
>>>> //-- DON'T EDIT BELOW THIS LINE!!!
>>>>     private com.codename1.ui.Button gui_CreateAccountButton = new 
>>>> com.codename1.ui.Button();
>>>>     private com.codename1.ui.Button gui_SignInButton = new 
>>>> com.codename1.ui.Button();
>>>>     private com.codename1.components.ScaleImageLabel gui_Logo = new 
>>>> com.codename1.components.ScaleImageLabel();
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> // <editor-fold defaultstate="collapsed" desc="Generated Code">        
>>>>                   
>>>>     private void guiBuilderBindComponentListeners() {
>>>>         EventCallbackClass callback = new EventCallbackClass();
>>>>         gui_CreateAccountButton.addActionListener(callback);
>>>>         gui_SignInButton.addActionListener(callback);
>>>>     }
>>>>
>>>>     class EventCallbackClass implements 
>>>> com.codename1.ui.events.ActionListener, 
>>>> com.codename1.ui.events.DataChangedListener {
>>>>         private com.codename1.ui.Component cmp;
>>>>         public EventCallbackClass(com.codename1.ui.Component cmp) {
>>>>             this.cmp = cmp;
>>>>         }
>>>>
>>>>         public EventCallbackClass() {
>>>>         }
>>>>
>>>>         public void actionPerformed(com.codename1.ui.events.ActionEvent 
>>>> ev) {
>>>>             com.codename1.ui.Component sourceComponent = 
>>>> ev.getComponent();
>>>>
>>>>             if(sourceComponent.getParent().getLeadParent() != null && 
>>>> (sourceComponent.getParent().getLeadParent() instanceof 
>>>> com.codename1.components.MultiButton || 
>>>> sourceComponent.getParent().getLeadParent() instanceof 
>>>> com.codename1.components.SpanButton)) {
>>>>                 sourceComponent = 
>>>> sourceComponent.getParent().getLeadParent();
>>>>             }
>>>>
>>>>             if(sourceComponent == gui_CreateAccountButton) {
>>>>                 onCreateAccountButtonActionEvent(ev);
>>>>             }
>>>>             if(sourceComponent == gui_SignInButton) {
>>>>                 onSignInButtonActionEvent(ev);
>>>>             }
>>>>         }
>>>>
>>>>         public void dataChanged(int type, int index) {
>>>>         }
>>>>     }
>>>>     private void 
>>>> initGuiBuilderComponents(com.codename1.ui.util.Resources 
>>>> resourceObjectInstance) {
>>>>         guiBuilderBindComponentListeners();
>>>>         setLayout(new com.codename1.ui.layouts.LayeredLayout());
>>>>         setInlineStylesTheme(resourceObjectInstance);
>>>>         setScrollableY(false);
>>>>                 setInlineStylesTheme(resourceObjectInstance);
>>>>         addComponent(gui_CreateAccountButton);
>>>>         addComponent(gui_SignInButton);
>>>>         addComponent(gui_Logo);
>>>>         gui_CreateAccountButton.setText("Create an account");
>>>>                 
>>>> gui_CreateAccountButton.setInlineStylesTheme(resourceObjectInstance);
>>>>         gui_CreateAccountButton.setInlineAllStyles("border:round 
>>>> ffbbbbbb rect; fgColor:ffffff; opacity:255; bgImage:; alignment:center; 
>>>> padding:2.5mm 2.5mm 2.5mm 2.5mm;");
>>>>         gui_CreateAccountButton.setName("CreateAccountButton");
>>>>         
>>>> gui_CreateAccountButton.setTextPosition(com.codename1.ui.Component.LEFT);
>>>>         
>>>> ((com.codename1.ui.layouts.LayeredLayout)gui_CreateAccountButton.getParent().getLayout()).setInsets(gui_CreateAccountButton,
>>>>  
>>>> "auto 5.0mm 5.0mm 5.0mm").setReferenceComponents(gui_CreateAccountButton, 
>>>> "-1 -1 -1 -1").setReferencePositions(gui_CreateAccountButton, "0.0 0.0 0.0 
>>>> 0.0");
>>>>         gui_SignInButton.setText("Sign in");
>>>>                 
>>>> gui_SignInButton.setInlineStylesTheme(resourceObjectInstance);
>>>>         gui_SignInButton.setInlineAllStyles("border:round ff5bc8fb 
>>>> rect; fgColor:ffffff; opacity:255; bgImage:; alignment:center; 
>>>> padding:2.5mm 2.5mm 2.5mm 2.5mm;");
>>>>         gui_SignInButton.setName("SignInButton");
>>>>         
>>>> gui_SignInButton.setTextPosition(com.codename1.ui.Component.LEFT);
>>>>         
>>>> ((com.codename1.ui.layouts.LayeredLayout)gui_SignInButton.getParent().getLayout()).setInsets(gui_SignInButton,
>>>>  
>>>> "auto 5.0mm 3.0mm 5.0mm").setReferenceComponents(gui_SignInButton, "-1 -1 
>>>> 0 
>>>> -1").setReferencePositions(gui_SignInButton, "0.0 0.0 1.0 0.0");
>>>>         gui_Logo.setPreferredSizeStr("50.0mm inherit");
>>>>                 gui_Logo.setInlineStylesTheme(resourceObjectInstance);
>>>>         gui_Logo.setName("Logo");
>>>>         
>>>> com.codename1.ui.FontImage.setMaterialIcon(gui_Logo,"\ue3f4".charAt(0));
>>>>         
>>>> ((com.codename1.ui.layouts.LayeredLayout)gui_Logo.getParent().getLayout()).setInsets(gui_Logo,
>>>>  
>>>> "5.0mm auto 5.0mm auto").setReferenceComponents(gui_Logo, "-1 -1 1 
>>>> -1").setReferencePositions(gui_Logo, "0.0 0.0 1.0 0.0");
>>>>     }// </editor-fold>
>>>>
>>>> //-- DON'T EDIT ABOVE THIS LINE!!!
>>>>  
>>>>     public void 
>>>> onSignInButtonActionEvent(com.codename1.ui.events.ActionEvent ev) {
>>>>     Form loginf = new Login();
>>>>     //loginf.getToolbar().setBackCommand("", e -> ((Form) 
>>>> ev.getComponent().getParent()).showBack());
>>>>     loginf.show();
>>>>     }
>>>>     
>>>>     public void 
>>>> onCreateAccountButtonActionEvent(com.codename1.ui.events.ActionEvent ev) {
>>>>         Form signf = new Register();
>>>>         //signf.getToolbar().setBackCommand("", e -> ((Form) 
>>>> ev.getComponent().getParent()).showBack());
>>>>         signf.show();
>>>>     }
>>>>     
>>>>     
>>>> }
>>>>
>>>> This is how it (correctly) appears in the GUI builder preview:
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> <https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-nvAuoPl97Yc/WrVUOeyBXlI/AAAAAAAAAB0/W8RKk3LwLagZKS9fqzFJZtV6iqW9M95qwCLcBGAs/s1600/cn1_simulator_issue3.png>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> And here is the result in the simulator:
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> <https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-Fk46h3R6qeU/WrVUfNhqRkI/AAAAAAAAAB4/onllm6BOcmMTibXsr4iQRJ8_bOuxl_1wwCLcBGAs/s1600/cn1_simulator_issue4.png>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> I really don't undrstand why the simulator do not reflect the specific 
>>>> button properties I set in the GUI builder and keep using the default 
>>>> flatBlue theme button properties. (yet the code produced by the GUI 
>>>> builder 
>>>> seems to correctly override them...)
>>>> Also how can I completely remove the title component at the top of the 
>>>> form. I don't want any empty blue title bar to appear. I tried to do 
>>>> setTitle(null)
>>>> setName(null)
>>>> in my code so as
>>>> setTitle("")
>>>> setName("")
>>>>
>>>> but with no effect...
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>>>
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