This is good news for folks who do their academic / non-fiction writing in Scrivener and use Zotero as a reference manager.
The guys behind Zotero’s rtf/odf-scan plugin have worked out a solution for the formatting issues for foot- and endnotes outlined in the post here: [url]Another ODF compile problem]
A test version for the updated Firefox plugin can temporarily be found here: http://www.gsl-nagoya-u.net/http/pub/rtf-odf-scan-for-zotero.xpi It removes the font-size and font-style problem altogether. If anyone would like to report back to the developer, use this thread over in Zotero: https://forums.zotero.org/discussion/29308/5/rtfodf-scan-for-zotero/. He also explains how the solution works.
The current workflow to use Scrivener and Zotero (with live references) skips the previous work-arounds via Nisus and now simply looks like this:
Scrivener: Compile document with foot/endnotes to rtf (“no overwrite”)
LibreOffice: open compiled rtf and safe as odt
Firefox / Zotero: run rtf/odf-scan-plugin on your odt-document
Libre/Open/NeoOffice: choose your desired foot-/endnote-style from the 7000 CSL-styles in final document via Zotero’s Office plugin.
Just tried this with more than hundred footnotes and it works great.