RMMV Yanfly Event Mini-Labels - Require Facing diagonal issue

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I've just started using this plugin (http://yanfly.moe/2015/12/08/yep-40-event-mini-label/) but am having trouble with the "facing" part.

I am using the labels to appear over a door when a player stands in front of it, so they know where it leads before opening it. This works fine in that the label isn't visible normally, and when the player approaches the door, it appears overhead. The problem is that I have range set to 1 and Require Facing set *but* the label appears when the player is "diagonally" facing! That is, if the player stands in any of the three tiles in front of the door, the label appears.

Terrible attempt to explain visually:
Code:
-- [x] --
->  ^  <-
... where -- is the wall tiles, and [x] is the door.
The player standing left or right of the door facing -> or <- will show the label, but I only want it shown when the player is on the tile directly in front of the door and is facing it (i.e. facing "up").

Am I missing something or is this an issue with the plugin that can't be overcome?

TLDR
Is there any way to ignore "diagonals" when setting Require Facing, so that facing is only 4-direction?
 

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