I usually use the commands that come with biblatex (like
mkbibquote etc.) only in my bibliography.
What about using them in the text of my document? Should I do that? Are there any advantages?For example, I remember reading something about that the biblatex-commands can rule whether or not the dot is inside or outside the quotation marks. But I don't know whether this is still the case, whether it works and if it is recommended.
So, what about
\enquote (of csquotes)?
(I think these are the two commands I am most interested in, but I am sure that there are others that also come with
biblatex, isn't that so (e.g.
\mkbibparens)? What about those?)