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I don't understand your question. Zotero and LibreOffice get along pretty well. 
At least when I was last using them together (few weeks ago) they did. If you 
have any problems, then you will have better chances of getting good answer if 
you clarify.

If you are talking about interactions between The Document Foundation and Roy 
Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media (legal entities behind LibreOffice 
and Zotero, respectively), then you might have more luck asking on general TDF 
mailing list ( This is user-support mailing 
list and most (?) of us are not associated with TDF in any way.
Best regards
Mirosław Zalewski

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