There may occur problems running UniversalIndentGUI under windows. In order to run an application
built with Visual Studio 2005 you need some librariers, which are available by installing the
"Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 Redistributable Package". I did'nt know this, and Microsoft makes it not
very easy this way, to deploy applications.
The needed package for x86 is downloadable by the link:
MS Visual C++ 2005 Redistributable Package x86
Perhaps I will compile future versions using mingw gcc to get rid of this problem and not force users to install anything.
If there are any other problems please let me know, either post in forum or by mail. As fast as possible I will try to fix any bugs.
This problem isn't caused by missing tab stops; it's that emacs has a (new?) tab method called indent-relative that seems designed to line up tabular data. The TAB key is mapped to the method indent-for-tab-command, which calls whatever method the variable indent-line-function is set to, which is indent-relative method for text mode. I havn't figured out a good way to override the indent-line-function variable (text mode hook isn't working, so maybe it is getting reset after the mode-hooks run?) but one simple way to get rid of this behavior is to just chuck the intent-for-tab-command method by setting TAB to the simpler tab-to-tab-stop method: