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Switch to Forum Live View I hate progressive lens
10 years ago  ::  Oct 26, 2008 - 10:23AM #1
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I really do.  This is my third year wearing them and my second pair of glasses.  I cannot see a flip.  I just turned in an HTML assignment and I had a space wrong. I was told a space is wrong. I cannot see a freaking space error.  The problem is I can't see spaces on the computer very well. 

I actually have hard time with everything visual.  By the time I focus, people have a tendency to move. loL   i KEEP TELLING PEOPLE DON'T MOVE UNTIL i CAN SEE YOU.  LOL    But it is worse with doing html. 


Punctuation does not work that well either.  I am going to get another checkup. One problem, my doctor says is that my eyes are changing so rapidly that even a new pair of glasses is outdated in three months.  My two eyes have a vast difference in vision problems.  They aren't bad eyes, but the two cannot work together. 

Anyway, i am going to try and get just a pair of reading glasses.  I am worn out from trying to see that dang space.  I just cannot see it.
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10 years ago  ::  Oct 28, 2008 - 10:09AM #2
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Oh yeah. Hear ya on this.

Lately I’ve been making lots of computer typos.  Getting harder to discern 6’s from 8’s and the like.   Thinking of visiting the optometrist but every time I do, I drop a lot of cash and end up with something that makes the print size smaller.  No! No! No!

The mfg manager and I had a discussion on the progressive lenses.  He actually wears two pairs of glasses – one on top of the other – while he does his computer/paper work. I gather that he had an awful time trying to get the optician to make bifocals the way he wanted. The optician was concerned about his physical appearance; hence strongly urged the progressive lenses.  Manager is not into vanity; “just make me what I need- bifocals WITH the line. I want to SEE the line. I don’t care how I look in them.”  I gather the new specs will be in soon.

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9 years ago  ::  Jan 14, 2009 - 2:16PM #3
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I am on my second set of progressive lens and I love them.  My eye doc made them for computer work and reading which is what I do most.  I have noticed that I need to wear them more because now I can't see the guide on the tv.  I can see it fine with my glasses.  The only trouble I have is sometimes going down stairs but it is all in the way you look through them.
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