Here’s a common question, about the use of corrective lenses while indoors.
You have your normalized for distance vision, often emphasized for outdoor use. And you have your differential glasses, for sustained single point focus close-up use. This invites the question what you might do with all the in between distances?
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Whenever you’re not on the computer (or your otherwise primary close-up distance), use normalized. No need to adjust for every single distance, two focal planes are just fine.
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