You got it right. I have removed the plugins "snipmate" and "supertab" and now the tab and shift+tab work ok.
From: Joakim, Tue, May 10, 2011 6:36 am
>There's the problem. This is a not a Cream function, there must be a
> I believe that cream is getting the signals correctly because the
> information on the line under the status line changes for tab and
> shift+tab: =<SNR>96_SuperTab('n') and =<SNR>96_SuperTab('p')
plugin interfering somewhere. Use:
or grep through your plugins/ directory to find the file containing
"SuperTab". (It could be in ~/.vim or in /usr/share/vim/ .) It likely
has a mapping for <S-Tab>. You either need to remove the plugin or
comment out that line to test.
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