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Default Distinguish between completed and incomplete tasks in Agenda view

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Hello Fellow crackberry users,

Is there any way to distinguish completed tasks from the incomplete ones in the Calendar-Agenda view in the 8800. The 8700 does it so smoothly, by having a red icon on the right beside incomplete tasks and a green one next to completed ones.

I really would like to upgrade to a 8800 and use the GPS features together with the voice recorder. But i practically live on the agenda view and it would seriously hamper my productivity if I have to think through every time I look at my task list if this one's complete or not.

Thanks so much in advance guys!
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