This process creates a .docx document with all the citations converted into code. Also, it appends a message at the beginning of the document saying:
As it is stated in the message, upon opening the document, Zotero should offer to transform this .docx document into a standard MS Word document with workable citations. However, this does not happen in TextMaker. The option for refreshing Zotero is disabled:ZOTERO_TRANSFER_DOCUMENT
The Zotero citations in this document have been converted to a format that can be safely transferred between word processors. Open this document in a supported word processor and press Refresh in the Zotero plugin to continue working with the citations.
Attempts to open the .odt file directly in TextMaker or to save the file in LibreOffice as .docx using bookmarks also result in documents without workable Zotero citations in TextMaker.
How do I can transfer a .odt file with Zotero citations into a TextMaker document with workable citations?