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PSTricks with standalone class and newpage or pagebreak

Can I use page breaks with the standalone class with PSTricks? Are there limitations? Or is there some mistake in my code? I have been nearly successful in running the code below with PSTricks and ...
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Problems to get two graphics in different pages with standalone

In the following MWE I get a single page with the two graphics within: \documentclass[multi]{standalone} \standaloneenv{pspicture} \usepackage[dvipsnames, svgnames, prologue]{xcolor} ...
5
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best practice to include (standalone precompiled) graphics

I know that several people have asked about how to include plots and graphics (created by tikz and pstricks) into a latex document. What is the best way to include Matlab graphics? Including ...
5
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1answer
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standalone not working properly with PStricks?

I'm using Vaucanson-G to render automata (I also use TikZ, but here, I want Vaucanson-G). Because it uses PStricks although I want to compile with pdflatex, I have put all my automata in separated ...
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votes
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How to get a tight output when using pst-tree package and standalone class?

\documentclass[preview,border=3pt,varwidth]{standalone} \usepackage{pst-tree} \psset{levelsep=2,treesep=-2,angleA=90,angleB=-90,arm=12pt} \def\psedge#1#2{\ncangle{#2}{#1}} \begin{document} ...
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votes
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Why do I have to put fillcolor setting inside preview environment?

It seems to me this problem related to PSTricks so I have to modify the previous question. \psset{fillstyle=solid,linecolor=red} that I define globally outside the preview environment can affect the ...
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auto-pst-pdf produces a confusing error message

Actually I don't want to use auto-pst-pdf forever. But Harish Kumar (in his comment) requested to use it for the sake of simplicity. I tried it several decades ago and it did not work. The MWE below ...
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What kind of “magic” does preview package do to produce a tight paper size?

Actually the following method, that looks like reinventing the wheel, has been discarded once I have known the existence of preview package. % WithoutPreview.tex \documentclass{article} ...