The following example shows how you can control whether an Adobe AIR application is resizable by setting the resizable node value to true or false (default is true). You can determine whether an application is resizable by using the read-only
resizable property on the WindowedApplication object.
Full code after the jump.
To set whether the application is resizable, uncomment out the following lines from the AIR application’s descriptor XML file, and set the value to
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