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Re: How to make ppl pen work ?

> I'm not entirely sure what you are going for, but if you want the
> labels, etc... dark you need pen 0, not pen 1 (pen 0 is the background
> pen, pens 1+ are for user labels and lines, etc...)
> try pen 0,7 then pen 0,13

OK, I tried "ppl pen 0,13" and it made the axes titles in bold.  It is
nice to know this, but what I would like is to have contour lines
thicker.  I tried "ppl pen 1,13" up to "ppl pen 8,13" but nothing
worked.  I could see no difference in the plots (tried with the tutorial
and levitus_demo).

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