The main feature of this extension is a command to insert citations from Zotero (Cite As You Write).
In a LaTeX file, use Alt-Z and pick your source. A citation will automatically be inserted
at the current cursor. This can use either Zotero's own UI or a dialog within VS Code.
If you have a citation key selected, you can jump to it in Zotero with the Zotero: Open in Zotero command.
You need to have Zotero installed, along with the Better BibTex extension. You'll probably also want
some kind of LaTeX editor extension installed, such as LaTeX Workshop.
This extension contributes the following settings:
zotero.citeMethod: the UI to use for the zotero.addCitation command
zotero.serverUrl: the URL of the Zotero / Better BibTex server (defaults to http://localhost:23119/better-bibtex)
zotero.latexCommand: the LaTeX citation command to use (defaults to autocite)
After picking a reference in the Cite As You Write window, the Zotero app steals focus (at least on macOS).
Make zotero.addCitation a wrapper command for key bindings. Depending on the value of zotero.citeMethod, it'll
use either the Zotero window or a picker within VS Code.
zotero.openInZotero is now smarter and will expand to the word around the cursor if no text is selected.