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Hm. Also, both other platforms will show projects in the context view when they have no uncompleted tasks left. So you can mark the project complete without leaving the view. Not so with the iPad app. It seems that it treats any project or action with contained actions as items that don't appear in context view.

I haven't played much with repeating projects yet, but I suspect this could cause usability issues with this as well. (Having to switch to projects view to get to the project to mark it complete in order to activate a new instance of it.)

I certainly hope this is just a bug and not a conscious decision on how the iPad app should work.