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Karmann?
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Doesn't that give him eye strain headaches?

I often get migraines from straining my eyes using the computer for art and graphic work.
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I'm more concerned about where he has his Wacom. That seems uncomfortable.
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well at this point i think the only thing to do is try contacting him with a list of our concerns
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Alexander Supertramp this was uncalled for.
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TOS posted:
well at this point i think the only thing to do is try contacting him with a list of our concerns


HE SHOULD BE USING A CINTIQ WHILE WE'RE AT IT
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StaticAge posted:
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Doesn't that give him eye strain headaches?

I often get migraines from straining my eyes using the computer for art and graphic work.


also it may be the viewing angle but his left monitor looks hell of uncalibrated.
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1953 FIAT 8V SUPERSONIC

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The coachwork was designed by Giovanni Savonuzzi at Ghia, and sits atop the chassis of an Otto Vu. Under the hood lies an example of the only overhead-valve V-8 that Fiat ever made, completely rebuilt to original specifications during an exhaustive 8-year restoration that also saw the transmission rebuilt, the bodywork smoothed out, the brightwork re-chromed, and the dashboard instruments and gauges restored. Now presented in like-new condition, it might be the best Supersonic left.

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StaticAge posted:
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Doesn't that give him eye strain headaches?

I often get migraines from straining my eyes using the computer for art and graphic work.


Yeah, I've really been struggling with eyestrain the past few years. I chalk it up to getting older. I've done a bunch of research into how to reduce it, and one of the things I've learned (and which really seems to work) is to not have bright, "projected" light (like light coming through a window) behind your monitor. And you also don't want light behind you so that it creates glare reflecting off your screen. So I've tried setting up my workspace accordingly. I've also set my desktop to very light colors to reduce the degree to which my screen acts like a mirror. For the most part it helps, but I still need to step away regularly. Ugh. (And Apple's mirror-like screens don't help at all.)
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Mustapha Mond posted:
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Doesn't that give him eye strain headaches?

I often get migraines from straining my eyes using the computer for art and graphic work.


Yeah, I've really been struggling with eyestrain the past few years. I chalk it up to getting older. I've done a bunch of research into how to reduce it, and one of the things I've learned (and which really seems to work) is to not have bright, "projected" light (like light coming through a window) behind your monitor. And you also don't want light behind you so that it creates glare reflecting off your screen. So I've tried setting up my workspace accordingly. I've also set my desktop to very light colors to reduce the degree to which my screen acts like a mirror. For the most part it helps, but I still need to step away regularly. Ugh. (And Apple's mirror-like screens don't help at all.)

Have you considered a quick trip to the optometrist ?
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Doesn't that give him eye strain headaches?

I often get migraines from straining my eyes using the computer for art and graphic work.


Yeah, I've really been struggling with eyestrain the past few years. I chalk it up to getting older. I've done a bunch of research into how to reduce it, and one of the things I've learned (and which really seems to work) is to not have bright, "projected" light (like light coming through a window) behind your monitor. And you also don't want light behind you so that it creates glare reflecting off your screen. So I've tried setting up my workspace accordingly. I've also set my desktop to very light colors to reduce the degree to which my screen acts like a mirror. For the most part it helps, but I still need to step away regularly. Ugh. (And Apple's mirror-like screens don't help at all.)

Have you considered a quick trip to the optometrist ?


Do you mean just to see if I need glasses? Or is there a specific thing they can do regarding eye strain when looking at computer screens?
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Mustapha Mond posted:
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Doesn't that give him eye strain headaches?

I often get migraines from straining my eyes using the computer for art and graphic work.


Yeah, I've really been struggling with eyestrain the past few years. I chalk it up to getting older. I've done a bunch of research into how to reduce it, and one of the things I've learned (and which really seems to work) is to not have bright, "projected" light (like light coming through a window) behind your monitor. And you also don't want light behind you so that it creates glare reflecting off your screen. So I've tried setting up my workspace accordingly. I've also set my desktop to very light colors to reduce the degree to which my screen acts like a mirror. For the most part it helps, but I still need to step away regularly. Ugh. (And Apple's mirror-like screens don't help at all.)

Have you considered a quick trip to the optometrist ?


Do you mean just to see if I need glasses? Or is there a specific thing they can do regarding eye strain when looking at computer screens?


You might benefit from a new/different computer screen, or different lighting around the office.
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If you "chalk it up to getting older.", then you might need glasses. You may be straining to see the closeup small crap.
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Mustapha Mond posted:
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Doesn't that give him eye strain headaches?

I often get migraines from straining my eyes using the computer for art and graphic work.


Yeah, I've really been struggling with eyestrain the past few years. I chalk it up to getting older. I've done a bunch of research into how to reduce it, and one of the things I've learned (and which really seems to work) is to not have bright, "projected" light (like light coming through a window) behind your monitor. And you also don't want light behind you so that it creates glare reflecting off your screen. So I've tried setting up my workspace accordingly. I've also set my desktop to very light colors to reduce the degree to which my screen acts like a mirror. For the most part it helps, but I still need to step away regularly. Ugh. (And Apple's mirror-like screens don't help at all.)

Have you considered a quick trip to the optometrist ?


Do you mean just to see if I need glasses? Or is there a specific thing they can do regarding eye strain when looking at computer screens?

Either way ...
tinted glasses might help.
I know a guy who carries two pairs of glasses. One is regular progressive lenses and the other is specific to computer screens.
If you wear glasses you know that's not as crazy as it sounds. You get tired of tilting your head back and looking down your nose to see the screen in focus.
Have you tried sunglasses? Or wearing a cap to shade your eyes from the overheads?
Or turning off the overheads altogether?
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Doesn't that give him eye strain headaches?

I often get migraines from straining my eyes using the computer for art and graphic work.


Yeah, I've really been struggling with eyestrain the past few years. I chalk it up to getting older. I've done a bunch of research into how to reduce it, and one of the things I've learned (and which really seems to work) is to not have bright, "projected" light (like light coming through a window) behind your monitor. And you also don't want light behind you so that it creates glare reflecting off your screen. So I've tried setting up my workspace accordingly. I've also set my desktop to very light colors to reduce the degree to which my screen acts like a mirror. For the most part it helps, but I still need to step away regularly. Ugh. (And Apple's mirror-like screens don't help at all.)

Have you considered a quick trip to the optometrist ?


Do you mean just to see if I need glasses? Or is there a specific thing they can do regarding eye strain when looking at computer screens?

Either way ...
tinted glasses might help.
I know a guy who carries two pairs of glasses. One is regular progressive lenses and the other is specific to computer screens.
If you wear glasses you know that's not as crazy as it sounds. You get tired of tilting your head back and looking down your nose to see the screen in focus.
Have you tried sunglasses? Or wearing a cap to shade your eyes from the overheads?
Or turning off the overheads altogether?


I had Lasik not too long ago, so I don't need regular glasses anymore. I've heard about special "computer" glasses, which I'm planning to look into. I generally don't use the overheads when I'm at my computer, which helps. As for squinting, I suppose there's a small component of that, but I really think it's mostly glare and sitting in front of projected light for too long. Nothing else gives me any kind of eye strain, so . . .
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Did the belt maker get his head cut off?
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They "fell" down.
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Yes, please.
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Parents are uncouth individuals.
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if it's for the mechanical bull, i heartily agree

pretty horrifying to think a parent would force their kid to ride one of those things
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Puts hair on their chests.

girls, too
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if it's for the mechanical bull, i heartily agree

pretty horrifying to think a parent would force their kid to ride one of those things

I once got into a huge fight with my ex because my youngest was scared of the decrepit looking Santa my ex was determined to get a pic of my daughter with.
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