Short-term solution for 'merge-all' in duplicates?
I have a large set of duplicate records (over 15'000) in a few collections within a very large Zotero database. I understand some sort of new 'automated' functionality is in the works that should be able to de-duplicate all of those at once (e.g. by automatically merging identical items). But I want to run papermachines on some of these collections, and the duplicates will of course bias the output of papermachines towards those duplicate articles. Therefore - does anybody know of any quicker solution to solve this problem? Are there other bibliographical management programs I could export those collections to, deduplicate them there, and then re-import them into Zotero to run papermachines? Any help will be much appreciated.