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This seems to be just such a solution: Collaborative Writing Using Etherpad and LaTeX


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Reviving this old post for anyone still looking: Overleaf offers git support anymore. You get a git-compatible link and you can pull the project on your computer, work offline, and then push to the online editor and continue from there.


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The source code lives on http://github.com/fhackenberger/ktikz (last update in September 2015), and an archived copy of the website from September 2015 can be found at https://web.archive.org/web/20150921123912/http://www.hackenberger.at/blog/ktikz-editor-for-the-tikz-language/


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Open in the menu »View«, there you can (un)check »Structure«, which makes the structure view (dis)appear. Maybe this can be connected to a shortcut, but I couldn't find out, how to do this. No other customisation possible in the GUI regarding the structure view.



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