I'm using spf13-vim in Fedora. When I try to use a snippet, I get options that pop up but when I don't know how to actually insert the snippet. For example, if I type for in a .cpp file, I get four options. I'm assuming I'm supposed to either hit tab or enter to insert them but neither works. I'm not even sure which vim plugin it is that the snippets come from (snipmate? neocomplcache?).Screenshot. The same problem happens in vim and gvim.
You can read about neocomplcache in
You commited one big mistake: you installed a pre-backed package without looking at what it does, how it does it or why. Now you end up with things you don't understand that happen against your will and outside of your control and you are lost.
Take my advice: drop this stupid distribution, write your own
What you search is CTRL+K
NeoComplCache not only uses it to choose position from the list but also to jump between positions in the snippets (
Beginners make many mistakes in the configuration file which makes the VIM unusable.