CodeLens extension for VSCode, providing quick access to Zotero information and attachments from citations.
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README.md

Zoterolens

Zoterolens scans Markdown files for citation-keys and adds inline links to open their attached pdf's with Zotero. An optional page number is taken into account.

I recommend using it in combination with an extension such as Citation Picker for Zotero, and/or Pandoc Citer to be able to easily add citations.

Requirements

  • Zotero (needs to be running)
  • Zotero's Better-Bibtex plugin

Features

  • CodeLens to open PDF's based on citekey
  • CodeLens to select item in Zotero based on citekey

It should find the page number following cases:

Extension Settings

none.

Known Issues / Wishlist

  • It does not yet check if the citekey actually exists in Zotero, nor if it actually has any attachment.
    • This should be made to happen before showing the ref.
  • No error if Zotero isn't running, or the Better-Bibtex plugin is not configured.
  • Zotero port cannot yet be configured.

Release Notes

0.1.0

Initial pre-release of Zoterolens