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Hi :)
My post was a question.  I was asking IF Zotero can handle this too or even
makes the problem evaporate.

Zotero has seemed to help a lot of people in the past who have had lots of
different problems with referencing things.

My money would be on Brian's answer being the one that fixes the problem,
especially since Jean-Francois has had success with it.  Brian's answers
usually fix exactly the thing that the person asks about and quite often
deals with some of the side issues too, but not always.  Owen's answer was
also good because by defining the technical definitions of the terms used
in the original question might help "draw out" the real question either for
Steve or for someone in the future looking through the archives and finding
this thread.

We still haven't heard back from Steve so it's uncertain if he has solved
the problem or if his problem doesn't fit into the neat definitions
outlined by Owen and Brian.

Sorry for the confusion there!
Regards from
Tom :)

On 10 September 2014 09:59, Sigrid Carrera <> wrote:

Sorry about the half email before...

On 10 September 2014 10:13, Sigrid Carrera <>

Hi Tom,
Hi :)
I thought Zotero was often used as an Extension/Add-on/Plug-in to improve
the handling of this sort of thing?  The default one included in
LibreOffice is more than good enough for me but uni students and others
might benefit from adding in a specialist tool such as Zotero
Regards from
Tom :)

Can you explain to me, what Zotero has to do with footnotes? Zotero is a
tool, that can handle all the scientific references for you and format
everything in the specific format, that you are required to provide those.
It has really nothing to do with footnotes at all. Please have a look at for more information.


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