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<?php

//the following example uses "." to make a space visable and a "___>" to make a tab visable

....function my()
//When hitting ENTER on the end of the above line a very next line starts with 4 spaces, too. Ok.
....function my()
....

//But. When changing this line to the following (still indented with 4 spaces):
....function my()
....{

//and hitting ENTER on line number 2 i will get 4 spaces AND 1 tab in line number 3
....function my()
....{
....___>
....}

//when hitting ENTER on line number 3 i will get:
....function my()
....{
....___>
....___>
....}
//(4 spaces AND 1 tab in line 4)

//when hitting tab in line number 4 i will get this:
....function my()
....{
....___>
....___>....
....}

//It seams to be a "auto indent" bug. A manual indention by using the tab key works as you can see in line 4. Can any one confirm this bug. If it is just a wrong configuration, please help me.