I'm currently finalizing a citation style in biblatex for a phd thesis in history. The citation style requested sometimes is a bit... strange. This leads me to the following problem:
All citations use nearly the same citation in the footnote as in the bibliography. Those citations by default are finished with a period, i.e.
\finentrypunct is at its default value. Now, suppose I have a cite command like
the current behavior is a citation like
Author A: Some interesting book, Somewhere 2016. Author B: Another even more interesting book, Somewhere else 2005.
What I would like to archive is to replace
\finentrypuct just in those situations with a semicolon, i.e. I would like to get
Author A: Some interesting book, Somewhere 2016; Author B: Another even more interesting book, Somewhere else 2005.
I know that I just could redefine
\multicitedelim, but this would leave me with a semicolon after the period and I see no way to remove the period beforehand.