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\documentclass{article} \usepackage{pstricks} \newpsobject{pslineA}{psline}{linewidth=6\pslinewidth, linecolor=green} \newpsobject{pslineB}{psline}{linewidth=10\pslinewidth, linecolor=red} \begin{document} \begin{pspicture}(5,5) \psline(0,1)(5,1) \psline[linewidth=1mm](0,2)(5,2) \pslineA(0,3)(5,3) \pslineB(0,4)(5,4) \end{pspicture} \end{document} ...


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With PSTricks you can use \pslinewidth, which is the current linewidth. If you use that through the document, you can later scale the linewidth of all lines. \documentclass[pstricks]{standalone} \begin{document} \begin{pspicture}(5,5) \psset{linewidth=3pt} \psline(0,1)(5,1) \psline(0,2)(5,2) \psline[linewidth=2\pslinewidth](0,3)(5,3) ...


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There are several ways to set such things on the command line. perhaps the simplest is to change your input slighty so that instead of dev_summary.tex you have subdirectories/folders dev, trainer etc and then dev/summary.tex Then your main file just needs \input{summary} and it will input the first summary.tex in your input path so a command line of ...



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