I'm curious to find a quick and convenient way to cite references in Latex from Zotero 5.
In Zotero 4, I believe one could use the "quick copy" shortcut (e.g.
Ctrl+Shift+A on a reference in Zotero) to paste in Latex the appropriate reference code e.g.
Now, in Zotero 5, if I select BibTeX in Edit/Preferences/Export/Default Format, the shortcut
Ctrl+Shift+A doesn't seem to copy anything to the clipboard. If I use
Ctrl+Shift+C, it copies the entire reference with title, volume, number, etc., which isn't what is needed to cite in text.
I'm not sure if the fact that the "quick copy" feature doesn't work is due to the new Zotero version, or if I'm doing something wrong. Any info or tips on alternative solutions are welcome.
For now, the best solution I have is to open the exported BibTex
.bib file, look up the reference key, and copy paste it to my document. Which seems a bit unnecessarily tedious compared to the former quick copy from Zotero, or to the embedded Zotero plugin in Microsoft Word.