I'm using biblatex's
verbose-trad2 as a basis for defining a citation style. Toying with biblatex is still mainly black magic for me, I've no idea if my code is optimally written, and I've no idea what is supposed to be difficult and what is easy to modify.
So, here's the problem: when I cite a work (book, article, etc.) for the first time using
\footcite, the whole bibliographic data is printed. I call this the long form. If I cite the same work again later, only the author's last name, the title and the mention op cit are printed (plus any postnote of course). I call this the short form. That's nice and it works well for all entries... except for
@inbook, where in the short form, it's the book's title that gets printed and I would like to have the chapter. I at least managed part of it, since the book's title is formatted, in the short form only, like the chapter... my problem is that I don't even really understand what command from what file actually takes care of printing the citation.
Here are links to files:
The pdf is what you need to see an illustration of my complaint (between the first and the second footnote).
Thanks for your time and any help!