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FWIW, I've ended up giving up on \matrix{} and use handmade positioning: \documentclass{standalone} \usepackage{keycommand} \usepackage{tikz} \usetikzlibrary{positioning,calc} \newkeycommand{\myrow}[keyA=defaultA, keyB=defaultB, keyC=defaultC]{% \node (A) at ($(0, 0) - (pos)$) [anchor=east]{\commandkey{keyA}}; \node (B) at ($(4, 0) - (pos)$) ...


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There is no concept of best in the TeX world. As mentioned in the comments, most active key-value handling packages are pgfkeys and the l3keys. The latter is also inspired by pgfkeys however it requires a minimum level of LaTeX3 knowledge which might be a bit baffling for newcomers since it doesn't have a comprehensive introduction and manual (yet!). ...



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