For RF pcb design, it's common knowledge there shouldn't be any right-angle traces, because capacitance increases in the corner, changing the impedance and causing signal reflections. Less clear (to me at least) is what happens when a right-angle is formed by a passive component, like so:
Pad 10 is the output of a voltage-variable attenuator--the signal is anywhere 50MHz-1GHz and can be up to 20dBm here, and it is traveling from right to left, then up through C8 on to U2. Notice that capacitor C8 is oriented at 90 degrees with respect to the trace.
Is this even a problem? Should I move that cap up and bend the trace to it? Or am I being overly-fastidious and this doesn't matter?