are u using a @window using listbox, if so you can push off the screen to the right, setting the tab stops can do this.
//window -c @example | window -el -t9999 @example | aline @example $+(info1,$chr(9),info2)
another option is to hide the data under the displaying text, this however takes a bit of mucking around and isnt always what you want
//window -c @example | window -el -t1 @text | aline @text $+( info2,$chr(9),info1)
* different fonts seem to effect the tab stop distances differently, on my default font u only need one space to push info1 under the tab1, but i placed 10 spaces in there as some fonts make tab1 move like 8 characters across the screen