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How to resize AlertDialog on the Keyboard display

I have a AlertDialog box with approximately 10 controls (text and TextView) on it. These controls are in a ScrollView with AlertDialog, plus I got 2 buttons positive and negative. The issue I have is when the soft keyboard pops up the two buttons are hidden behind the keyboard.

I was looking for something like redraw function on my inner View or the dialog box. Below is the screen shot of what I am talking about.

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If your dialog was an activity using one of the Dialog themes you could effect this behavior by setting the adjustResize flag for the windowSoftInputMode parameter of the activity.

I'm using:

android:windowSoftInputMode="adjustResize|stateHidden"

I think you can still use this flag with regular dialogs, but I'm not sure how to apply it. You may have to create your AlertDialog with a custom theme that inherits the right parent theme and also sets that flag, or you might have to use ContextThemeWrappers and stuff.

Or maybe you can just use Window#setSoftInputMode.

alertDialog.getWindow().setSoftInputMode(
    WindowManager.LayoutParams.SOFT_INPUT_ADJUST_RESIZE);
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    • The last line works for me, ideally i suppose that was the question here and this is the correct answer. The selected answer is more of a design change suggestion than a correct answer. +1 for the answer
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    • if you have a custom style, you can also make it an element of the style definition