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ampalecek wrote:Thanks for the heads up, @mijalce ! This new Zotero plugin is really fantastic, it requires a little work to install but really makes me happy.
Dovepwsmith's Scrivener for academic writing with Zotero tutorial can walk you through getting started. The author recommends using pandoc (which actually works really well if you're not afraid to get a little under the hood), but you can also use the zotero Better BibText plugin plus one of these zotpick Applescripts to mimic the use of the Zotero plugin for Word/LibreOffice in Scrivener! It's amazing!
And if you still want to use scannable cite, you can-- just use the appropriate applescript and away you go.
I'm really very pleased at this development. Many thanks to the Zotplus folks + davepwsmith.
(NB: It doesn't seem possible to use QuickCopy to drag and drop the citations in this workflow, because Better BibTex is an export format. However, using the text filter-based zotpicker with Cmd-Y works like a charm!)
Mon Mar 07, 2016 9:12 am Post
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Sun Jul 23, 2017 1:15 pm Post
happydemic wrote:Not sure if tree is still reading this, but the zotpicknix scripts link Scrivener and Zotero in Linux (similar to Dave Smith's applescripts for Mac). You'll find detailed instructions with the scripts.
There is also a discussion of alternative Linux workflows in the Linux section of the L&L forum.
Fri Aug 04, 2017 10:32 pm Post
liz wrote:The dev has been working hard on updating Better BibTeX, so give it a little time.
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