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This page says "There is no Spark equivalent", but the tooltip in Flash Builder says "Starting with Flex 4.0, Adobe recommends that you use the spark.primitives.Line class as an alternative to this class." Which is it?
You can use the <s:Line> tag. When you use a <s:Line> tag, the default width of a line is 0. To make the line visible, you must define a stroke. Strokes can be one of the following:
You can optionally define the color, joint types, and other properties of the line.
<s:SolidColorStroke color="#000000" weight="1"/>
For more information and examples on using the <s:Line> tag, see
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