Thank you! And some musings.
Thank you for a most elegant application and the excellent explanations in the videos below:
Setting up Pandoc and LaTeX for exporting Documents
Citing with Zettlr
As a visual learner, I followed each slavishly while checking against the Zettlr Docs and have now successfully set up Zettlr.
Finally, discovered the answer to the question in my previous post in the Citing with Zettlr Interactive Tutorial after suspecting this might be the case.
Note that from Pandoc version 2.11 on, citeproc comes bundled with Pandoc, so you don't need to install
Initially, I came to Zettlr from Anki just to have a look.
Wow! What a buzz. It's been a steep learning curve from only using Anki, EndNote and Word in Windows to Zettlr, Markdown, Zotero, Homebrew, Terminal, Pandoc and Anki on MacBook. It may take some time to leave the comfort zone!
I now think that Anki is best kept as an adjunct to Zettelkasten entries because one does not need to learn everything in a Zettelkasten; that is, Anki is a downstream activity. Still considering the possibility of a Zettlr Anki field to paste Zettlr IDs. I noticed that you created, as you put it, "a bridge" between Zettlr and Zotero and am wonder if that would be possible with an Anki field as a Zettlr Add-on? Just a thought.
Coding is not my forte despite the moniker!
Now for some more small steps ...