Scrivener + Zotero + Marked2 integration

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14 Aug, 2015 09:51 PM

Hello all,

I just want to inform you that new integration between Scrivener + Zotero + Marked2 has been developed.

The main characteristic of this integration is that you can call the Zotero picker from Scrivener, browse the Zotero library through it and add citations in Scrivener. Then through compile add the citations and bibliography in citation style that you prefer. At the end you get fully expanded Word document (.docx).

Furthermore a script has been developed that enables, by using Custom processor/preprocessor option, in Marked2 to have a preview of citations and bibliography in the selected citation style. You can export the file to docx through Marked2 and have the word document with citations and bibliography in the citation style you determined.

You can find detail instruction how to use it at (for Marked2 integration scroll to the end)

See the discussions at

This integration was not going to be possible without the work of Emiliano Heyns (BetterBibTex) and Erik Hetzner (zotxt). Especially the hard work of Emiliano.

I am very thankful to them!

I hope you find this integration useful.

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Brett on 14 Aug, 2015 09:55 PM

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    Wow, thanks for the heads up. Looks like a great idea!


  2. 2 Posted by mijalce on 14 Aug, 2015 10:01 PM

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    I think that if Marked2 uses pandoc for export (convert) of files to docx, Marked2 will be the perfect finish of this integration.
    Keep the good work

  3. 3 Posted by beibeicupl on 22 Jul, 2018 06:24 AM

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    The args is not right ... I am using Mac. Does not work

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