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TikZ - flexible arrow positioning

The following MWE is translating to the desired tikz picture, but the code is not very useful for adjustments. Especially the positioning of some arrows is done very poorly by defining coordinates ...
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1answer
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Fit node to another node in a seperate scope that has been shifted and canvas transformed

I want to fit a node to another node which is defined in a different scope which has been subject to the options "(x)shift and transform canvas" (see example code and image). Without any canvas or ...
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How to get a reasonable coordinate system when combining pdfpages and TikZ?

I have been trying to add content to a (proprietary) PDF with LaTeX by using pdfpages to inlude the original pages and draw on them using TikZ. This is the code I have been using: ...
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1answer
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How to position one node relative to another node at a certain angle in TikZ taking the nodes' size into account?

I asked a question before about how to position a node relative to another node at a certain angle in TikZ, and the answer I got there was that you can use the \path (node1) ++(angle:distance) node ...
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How to specify a Tikz coordinate relative to a node?

is there a simple idiom (one not using the calc library) to specify a Tikz coordinate relative to a node? Something like \coordinate (x) [right=of A]; instead of \node (x) [draw=none, right=of ...