Android Question Why does IncludeTitle make app act differently?

doogal

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Why does an app act differently when IncludeTitle is turned off. When this is true the app runs perfectly. I am getting the following error: An error has occured in sub: java.lang.NullPointerException. I now want to turn the application title off and its giving me a fit. The EditText looks different and when I type in the EditText(search box) it says object not initialized when it is.
 

eps

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Check the logs, if you can't find anything meaningful in there generate the code with trace and see if it gives you a meaningful one that you can track down.

ETA : Is this on a device or AVD?

Is it generated the same way? i.e. Debug Rapid, Debug Legacy, etc..?
 
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doogal

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I found the line that is throwing the error: bar.Initialize("bar") (Debug Legacy) it stops here every time. I tried on both device and AVD. Device gives the An error has occured in sub: java.lang.NullPointerException and AVD gives Sorry! The application has stopped unexpectedly. Please try again. This is with release mode.
This works when application title is true, but now that I want to turn it off its broken.
 
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