Tried all three; settled on Bibnotes for the reasons you mention.
I’ve been using Bibnotes for the past month and it’s been rock solid and a joy to use. It has become one of two plugins, along with excalidraw, that are indispensable to my obsidian workflow.
My only concern is that, unlike excalidraw, it is unclear to me how committed the author is to continued development of the plug-in. I would feel much better if he would proceed with a release that is accessible through the community plug-in list rather than brat, and accept donations (like excalidraw’s dev ko-fi page) so that development is sustainable.
Hi @heumed. I’m using Obsidian and my plugin in my every day job, so I intend to continue working on it. But the time I have to work on this is scarce, and I’ve not been able to find time for this with the beginning of the academic year. So I’m not in a position to address all the bugs and feature requests that come.
Regarding the release in the community plugin, I will do it once I figure out how to
I believe this is a limitation in Zotero, but I think it can be fixed (haven’t had a time to dig more into this but this forum discussion is a good starting point for understanding how those images are handled in Zotero:
If you use the native Zotero reader for annotations (I am on the iPad) and make a note of your annotations on PC, use the Zotero Integrations plugin with Import #1 (and the template), the pics will be extracted.
I have set up Tesseract on my PC but I think I am missing the templater or Nunjucks expertise to see the result (if the OCR had been done at all) in my markdown file.
The majority of the pics taken will be graphics/images, granted.