"Safer" Track Changes practices in Word?
I am aware that Track Changes and Zotero do not play well together, and the best advice is not to use Track Changes at all. However. If one were to be forced to use Track Changes (especially with a Word document that is passed around and edited by multiple Zotero users) are there any "safer" practices that might let you avoid the biggest headaches? For example, turning off Track Changes before making any edits that might affect a citation, and then turning it back on again when you're done?
The one thing you don't want to do is manually edit a citation in Word with track changes active.
Word's language support seems to not play well with any text in fields (whether from Zotero, another plugin, or even Word itself). In any even, the language a text is set to only matters for spell-checking, so you can safely just accept or reject these language changes.