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Yep. Plain ole' drug store single focus reading glasses. They work just
fine for my computer work. I even use a different pair for TV watching.
My bifocals are kind of annoying for that too.
-----Original Message----- From: Peter Neilson
> ... specialized reading glasses...
Can be very helpful for those who wear bifocals. And a necessity for
bifocal folks who play the piano. Bifocals are really incorrectly
designed for keyboard activities. They are upside down. A single focus
that works between about 12 to 24 inches seems to be correct for me. As
a myopic but only slightly astigmatic presbyope I can peer over the top
or remove the glasses.
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