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Resize SWF from XML file

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Is it possible to put the dimensions in the XML file to size the swf file?
Lets say I have a 300x300 swf which loads images from XMl file. I want to add the desired size for swf file in XML file in case the images are larger or smaller than what I have set on my stage size originally?
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No, that's not possible.

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