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  1. Jan 2022
    1. 1 Zotero comparison is with Zotero 2.1
      • cuidado!
      • vs Zotero 5 (?)
    1. Qiqqa already has the option to overwrite the info in Qiqqa with any metadata that is in the import file. And it avoids duplicate PDF records.
      • OK
    2. I would be more than happy to add an importer into Qiqqa from Zotero. I guess the simplest route could be to augment the zotero bibtex output format to include any attached files (much like Mendeley does in the file={} field).
      • I'll do a custom export translator
    3. jamesjardine July 11, 2010 Hiya,It's Jimme here. I am the guy building Qiqqa.
      • hello James!
      • SEE
    1. Automatic export To export a library, group or collection, right-click on it in the left Zotero pane and choose “Export Library…” or “Export Collection…”. With BBT’s export translators (e.g., “Better BibTeX”), checking the Keep updated option will register the export for automation. After you’ve completed the current export, any changes to the collection or library will trigger an automatic re-export to update the file. You can review/remove exports from the BBT preferences. While I’ve gone to some lengths to make sure performance is OK, don’t go overboard with the number of auto-exports you have going. Also, exporting only targeted selections over your whole library will get you better performance. You can set up separate exports for separate papers for example if you have set up a collection for each. Managing auto-exports After you’ve set up an auto-export using an Keep updated export, you can manage your auto-exports in the BBT preferences under the Automatic exports tab. There, you can remove auto-export, change settings on them, or remove them. You cannot add new auto-exports from here, that can only be done by initiating an export.
      • TIP: use with Qiqqa, keep qiqqa.bib updated from zotero