Scrivener 3. I read the manual; I invoke Zotero with Alt-Y (or Insert… Bibliography/Citations… but then what?
I have looked at various forum posts re Zotero (the last being around December last year), which was pre-release. Posters already seemed to know what they were doing and were merely highlighting issues.
I have used Zotero a lot, and have used it with Word & LaTeX, but I don’t recognise any Zotero function re “citation placeholder” per the manual instructions
If anyone can explain how to use Zotero directly (or the use of some other software that I can populate from Zotero) I’d be very grateful.
I have no idea if “bumping” is a thing here but I was just researching this issue and I have the exact same problem you do. I’m looking for basic instructions on how to use Zotero but everyone seems to be operating at a higher level, haha.
Welllllllll…… dang. It’s been much longer than a minute it seems, and I’ve forgotten everything I knew (it’s not something I use a lot as I rarely write non-fiction) so I’m afraid I’m going to have to disappoint you and leave you to those other resources I mentioned.
Believe me, I’ll be checking in with them myself. I hope you find your answers.
Hi all, this topic is old, but just though I’d pop in and plug my Windows solution. This allows you call the zotero picker directly from Scrivener and insert a temporary citation marker - the citation marker is then converted into a live zotero marker down the line.