Im using ebproof for proof trees and want to know if there is some way to scale the size of the trees.

Something like this post, but for ebproof package.

If that is not possible, maybe some way to change font size would be useful to make the tree more compact.

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I'm not completely sure which kind of scaling you have in mind, but \scalebox from the graphicx package does scale proofs in some way.

   \Hypo{ \Gamma &\vdash A \to B }
   \Infer[no rule]1{ \Gamma &\vdash {!A} \multimap B }
   \Hypo{ \Delta &\vdash A }
   \Infer[rule thickness=2pt]1{ \Delta &\vdash {!A} }
   \Infer0{ B \vdash B }
   \Infer[dashed]2{ \Delta, {!A}\multimap B \vdash B }
   \Infer2{ \Gamma, \Delta &\vdash B }
   \Infer[double]1{ \Gamma \cup \Delta &\vdash B }





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