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In a document, I use both \cite for some citations, and \footfullcite for other ones. I have a biblatex.cfg file for the configuration. I'd like to be able to have distinct configurations for the two kinds of citations. Is that possible?

Example:

This is a \emph{normal} citation~\cite{Anon1}, and a footnote one\footfullcite{Anon2}.

In my biblatex.cfg, I would like things like

\DeclareFieldFormat[article]{title}{\mkbibbold{#1}} % for \cite only
\DeclareFieldFormat[article]{title}{\textsc{#1}}    % for \footfullcite only

I am not only interested in distinct \DeclareFieldFormats but also distinct \AtEveryBibitems or \renewbibmacros for instance. Or two distinct configuration files, this would be perfect too.

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You could try

\DeclareFieldFormat[article]{title}{\iffootnote{\textsc{#1}}{\mkbibbold{#1}}} 

(untested as you didn't provide an MWE.

  • Argh! I don't know why but I was so sure that \iffootnote was for \cite commands used in a \footnote that I did not even try. Anyway, thanks! – Bruno Mar 19 '15 at 21:39

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