CSS3 tab-size is supported in all other browsers, and defines how many spaces the tab character should consist of.
The tab-size property is now on the Microsoft Edge backlog with a priority of medium. You can track status updates at https://developer.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-edge/platform/status/csstabsizeproperty/
Three (3) years down the line, still not supported. Is there a reason against? How long could it possibly take for implementation?
Please do something now; we don't want/need another "Internet Explorer".
All the other browsers have already implemented it, so what's the delay?
At least make the default width 4 spaces in the meantime. Eight is just obscene.
John Gardner commented
Why is this taking so **** long? It says "Under Consideration", but there's nothing to consider. It's part of the official W3 specification. FIX THIS ALREADY.
Cher Stewart commented
PLEASE MICROSOFT, WE KNOW YOU CAN DO IT!!