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While there are many references to \pgfarrowsdeclare in the Internet, this command is not described in the PGF manual (any more). What's the recommended way to defind your own arrow tip?

  • By the way, there is one occurrence of this command in the current manual. It is \pgfarrowsdeclare{leaf}{leaf}. However, I assume this is an oversight during updating. (I don't know where this is. I just know it is there because pdfgrep told me so.) – cfr Nov 27 '15 at 23:55
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\pgfdeclarearrow{<config>}

Page 1047.

  • Uh, section 100. That is far away from section 16, where I was looking. – mhchem Nov 27 '15 at 23:44
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    @mhchem I used the index and just looked for \pgfarrow.... Then I went to that section and poked around a little ;). – cfr Nov 27 '15 at 23:53

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