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Writer1
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Suggestions on how to view computer screen without eye pain? Please.
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Try wearing sunglasses when you're on line.

Might sound silly, but they really help to cut the glare.

It might also help if you have another low-level light in the room.

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welcome writer, AND HAPPY BIRTHDAY TODAY!

I've had light photophobia for 38 years; you're talking to a pro here!

1st; I've adjusted my BRIGHTNESS/CONTRAST down to ZERO on my new gateway monitor.

on my other monitor, it was around 30% on both....whatever felt good to my eyes.

yes, SUNGLASSES work great.

i'm sending you now my lengthy newbie package; copy it to MS WORD, and do a search using EDIT, VIEW, and type in NOIR

you'll come across lots of detailed info from me on what I ordered and why and cheap prices! THEY ARE MY LIFESAVER! NEVER OUTSIDE WITHOUT THEM, and times still use them when my eyes are extra sensitive.

just make sure contrast/brightness are at the losest for you until you get these sunglasses!

glad you found us! [group hug] [kiss]

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