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fribidi_set_mirroring(3)	       Programmer's Manual		 fribidi_set_mirroring(3)

NAME
       fribidi_set_mirroring - set mirroring on or off

SYNOPSIS
       #include <fribidi.h>

       fribidi_boolean fribidi_set_mirroring(fribidi_boolean state);

PARAMETERS
       fribidi_boolean state
	      New state to set.

DESCRIPTION
       This  function  is used to turn character mirroring on or off.  Character mirroring is the
       act of replacing a mirrorable glyph (character), eg. Left paranthesis, with  the  matching
       glyph,  eg.  Right  paranthesis,  in  a right-to-left resolved context.	If your rendering
       engine does mirroring itself, you may want to turn it off here.

       This flag is on by default.  This function is deprecated and only used with  other  depre-
       cated functions.

RETURNS
       The new mirroring status.

SEE ALSO
       fribidi_charset_to_unicode(3),	fribidi_unicode_to_charset(3),	fribidi_parse_charset(3),
       fribidi_shape_arabic(3),   fribidi_get_par_direction(3),    fribidi_get_par_embedding_lev-
       els(3),	 fribidi_reorder_line(3),   fribidi_get_bidi_type(3),  fribidi_get_bidi_types(3),
       fribidi_get_bidi_type_name(3),	 fribidi_debug_status(3),    fribidi_mirroring_status(3),
       fribidi_reorder_nsm_status(3),	 fribidi_set_reorder_nsm(3),   fribidi_log2vis_get_embed-
       ding_levels(3),		   fribidi_get_type(3), 	    fribidi_get_type_internal(3),
       fribidi_remove_bidi_marks(3),	      fribidi_log2vis(3),	  fribidi_join_arabic(3),
       fribidi_get_joining_type(3),	   fribidi_get_joining_types(3),	fribidi_get_join-
       ing_type_name(3), fribidi_get_mirror_char(3), fribidi_shape_mirroring(3), fribidi_shape(3)

GNU FriBidi 0.19.3			  25 August 2012		 fribidi_set_mirroring(3)
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