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comment How to `\textcite` a subentry of an entryset with biblatex?
@moewe Yes, it works on the example and with citation lists.
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comment How to `\textcite` a subentry of an entryset with biblatex?
@moewe That two-pass structure is my doing. I took some care to ensure the \AtEveryCitekey hook worked when I changed \textcite, but if you think that is the problem, submit an issue. I just tested on my end - only set overlap seems to make a mess. I'd have to study the code to find other potential cases where the approach wouldn't work.
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comment How to `\textcite` a subentry of an entryset with biblatex?
@mforbes Biber should warn you about overlapping entry sets. I doubt this scenario is handled well, but if you can find a good motivation for overlap it's something we should look at further. I think you should at least submit an issue to clarify the intended behaviour with subentry enabled. The manual only gives a special case.
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comment How to `\textcite` a subentry of an entryset with biblatex?
Citation lists are still a problem, but your basic idea could be incorporated with \AtEveryCitekey{\iffieldundef{childentrykey}{}{\blx@getdata{\thefield{childentr‌​ykey}}}. I have not spent much time thinking about how this approach might be bad, though. Pretty sure subentries are not considered in biber's labelname disambiguation so there's that.
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comment biblatex: is there a command analogous to \ifciteseen but within one page?
This might work is some settings, but I know the strategy isn't good enough as a general test. That is why I embedded the test into the OP's citation style and didn't make the it directly accessible.
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comment biblatex: is there a command analogous to \ifciteseen but within one page?
I didn't intend this test to be user-level. It is specific to the special 1:1 correspondence between a single citation and a footnote in the OP's desired style. There are likely unanticipated results with initializing in \AtDataInput. I suspect this won't work with numeric styles under reference sections or multiple sorting schemes.
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comment Author name of \textcite as possessive
@Psychonaut The possessive citation isn't the problem. That solution was intended for the numeric styles. Under author-year the texcite bibliography macro has more than one instance of \addspace, so it will have to be patched twice.
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comment “And” between last and second last cite using the \footcites command and authoryear-icomp
The test only works with non-compact citation labels. Citation labels that form part of a sentence should be generated only with \textcite or \textcites; the solution here should be to invoke one of these citation commands in \footnote and add something like \DefineBibliographyExtras{english}{\renewcommand{\finalandcomma}{}} to the preamble (or redefine \textcitedelim).
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comment Author name of \textcite as possessive
@user14774 There is no wrong or right for exceptions to the general rule of adding 's. Read further in CMS (e.g. section 7.19).