# How can I make texmaker autocomplete commands that it doesn't already autocomplete?

When I write

\begin{


in texmaker, I want it to suggest flalign} as a possible choice for autocompletion. At the moment, texmaker doesn't complete \begin{flalign} automatically; as a result, it also doesn't autocomplete \end{flalign}.

I've noticed that texmaker fails to autocomplete other commands too... Is there a way to enable autocompletion for those commands in texmaker?

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Did you check the advanced options? TeXstudio has a powerful autocompletion tool and it looks like TeXmaker. – Sigur Jun 21 '14 at 15:15
TeXstudio looks cool too and I have no problems with switching so I'll try that. Does TeXstudio come with a viewer? I liked that feature in TeXmaker! – RidableCthulu Jun 21 '14 at 15:18
Yes, you can use its viewer embedded or in a separated window. Also you can use inverse search and a lot of tools. – Sigur Jun 21 '14 at 15:19
Thank you! I'll download it and give it a try. – RidableCthulu Jun 21 '14 at 15:22
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In the menu, select User > Customize Completion. Then add \begin{flalign} to the list of commands. You can also specify arguments using @, e.g \foobar{@}.