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\draw[draw=black!80,solid, -triangle 90,fill=black!80] (2.6, 4) -- (3.3, 4);
I'd like the endpoints to be where they are, but I need it to arc. How do I do this?
Edit: I'm looking for something like this:
\draw [->] (0,0) arc (180:30:10pt);
Something like the curved arrow, except with the endpoints that I have. I need the triangle on mine to be oriented correctly though.
It doesn't have to appear to trace the top of a circle, it just has to go up in down in a curvilinear fashion (it's because there's currently another line that goes in the straight path). So, essentially, I'm trying to get 2 points from the exact starting point, to the exact endpoint. One line is already going in a straight line from A to B. But now I need to display another line; hence my need to curve the arrow.