FOCUS-MATING* is a monitor function.
Reset some flags when a particular mating is reached. Differs
from FOCUS-MATING in that it returns the flags to their original
settings afterwards. The default mating is the mating that
is current at the time when this command is invoked (so the user
can often enter the mate top level, construct the mating manually and
then type FOCUS-MATING*). Otherwise, the mating should be typed in the form
((LEAFa . LEAFb) (LEAFc . LEAFd) ...). The order in which the connections
are specified within the mating, and the order of the literals within each
connection, do not matter.
The values used for the "original" flag settings will also
be those that are current at the time when this command is invoked.
The command format for FOCUS-MATING* is:


The arguments have the following meaning:
MATING : Mating to watch for
FLAGLIST : Flags to change
VALUELIST : New values for these flags

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