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-> Now I have something called 'progressive lenses'. No little lines.
-> Distance prescription on top. Reading presecription on the bottom.
-> Mid-distance in the middle (state the obvious, Kat; waste bandwidth;
-> see if anybody notices). Full width of the lens for each focal
-> state, and gradual transitions between them.
I received my initiation into Middle Age about a month ago and went for
the 'progressive' bifocals as well. Acclimatization took a mere
nanosecond, and I can now see the computer screen clearly with a natural
head and neck position, even.
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