No. According to safety code, there must be appropriate clearance space for the shower door to open outward. The shower enclosure must permit unobstructed access to a showering person in case of a fall. An inward-opening shower door can become the obstruction when a person falls in the shower next to it.
However, your shower door can open in both directions, outward-opening and inward-swinging.
You'll need about 30" of clearance space outside your shower to install a swinging shower door.
If your bathroom is not configured for a shower door, consider choosing a hydroslide: an all glass, frameless, single-sliding door shower enclosure. Your other alternatives include double sliding doors, which come either semi-frameless or framed, and a shower screen which leaves ample clearance space in case of an emergency.
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