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comment How to make bend lines/arrows with TikZ?
@Daniel I don't recall what version I used when I posted this answer, but these commands are all supported in the core TikZ/PGF engine and have been for years (if not all along). A vanilla install of any modern LaTeX distro should be able to compile this example directly out of the box, and I can confirm that that is the case for both TexLive and MacTeX.
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comment Beamer frame numbering in appendix
Interesting! This is much less of a hack than my version. +1
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comment How to convert TeX-illiterate coworkers to LaTeX?
I disagree with the claim that "collaborative work in LaTeX is difficult." In my experience, merging changes in a Word document is a huge pain. Since LaTeX is stored in a plain text file, if collaboration is done via a revision control system like SVN/Git/Hg, then merging changes is completely painless.
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comment How to make bend lines/arrows with TikZ?
@RyanReich: True. My motivation for including that last example was to demonstrate TikZ's lower level Bézier curve drawing capabilities.
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