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Hmmm...A couple of times when launching Zotero over the course of this paper the last 7 months (the first I've used it for), I was asked to donate, and did. I just got great help from AdamSmith in the forum and wanted to go give another $10 (not muc…
Think I figured out what's up with the arrows at least. I checked the original citation entries in my Zotero library, and the >> are getting captured in the TITLE info. And indeed, when I go to the links for the websites in question, under the…
How about I turn it into a PDF? Will that work?
So if I just go in and make tweaks in Word I won't kill Zotero's basic ability to let me add in a footnote or a reference to my library and have it renumber everything, keep track of first/second refs, etc? (Which I sooo love about Z!) That warning…
Also, just combed through the footnotes and see some weird symbols in what should be normal titles. (I also noticed it's only showing up for web references.: Where the title of the website is, I'm getting left arrows followed by the outline of a sma…
Oh happy day! That appears to have been the problem and restored the full cites! Editing-wize, that appears to be working as well! BUT, this is my first experience with Zotero at all, as well as trying to edit, and I'm really thrown by the warn…
Ahh...if only everything that SHOULD be fine actually were ;-) So I just closed and relaunched both Word & Firefox, started a new doc, and the first footnote showed up as a second ref. Second footnote to same ref at least didn't show up as …