After inserting a Zotero citation through /Zotero command, the citation (hence the name of the corresponding Page) reads like @possibly_very_long_title_of_the_paper. It would be nice to be able to change this default citation format. Say, [author, year] or something like that.
I do have Better Bibtex fo Zotero installed and configured. Citation keys are now generated for all stored publications in Zotero. I also did set the extensions.zotero.translators.better-bibtex.autoPinDelay to 1 in Zotero settings.
I also manually “Pin(ned) the Bibtex key” for a selected publication. And no change is visible after inserting the selected citation in Logseq.
Has anyone succeeded in configuring the “citation style”?
I await the holy grail of styled citation document exports from Logseq - that I might click export, choose Chicago style, and have the document come out with all bibtex keys translated into correct formats with a bibliography at the end.
Great to know that it works for you - so this means that citations keys are resolved to read [author, year] in your logseq pages and graph? Cold you add a quick walk through how you achieved this, maybe even with a screenshot or two? In addition it would be great to know which release versions of the involved tools you are using. This would be extremely helpful for those of us who don’t get it to work (yet!)…but even a few lines of info would help, thanks in advance!