Well, yes; I had noticed that. That is word completion, which is different from omnicomplete. Omnicomplete is "smarter," and is similar to MS Visual Studio's "Intellisense," or to the little code completion dropdown in Dreamweaver.
>> I recently installed Cream for the first time, and, as a recent Vim
>> convert, I wanted to see how to enable that cool new feature of Vim
>> 7, omnicomplete. The default control-x control-o is mapped to "cut"
>> and "open."
>In front of the word you wish to complete, press Ctrl+Space. To rotate
>backwards, add Space. To accept, press Space (or Enter for a newline).
>The Cream keyboard shortcuts can be found here:
>as well as adjacent their respective menu items, in this case, Tools >
>Completion > Word Completion.
>Steve Hall [ digitect dancingpaper com ]
>:: Cream... usability for Vim