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2-16-2010 @ 5:34PM
I also have Keratoconus and while I am pretty blind w/out the use of my contacts I can still struggle to make sense of whats on the screen. I mean when you play for so long you get used to your setup. But its tough having a condition where information is limited. People say to me why don't you just wear contacts? I have to explain this constantly and even when im finished they are like oh, that sucks.. Yeah it does but theres nothing I can do. I was just fitted for some new lenses recently from this new company called Synergeyes and while they are comfy it took roughly 4 months to get my prescription somewhat correct *my right eye still isn't right but I can get by* and they are expensive. $500 each eye for the year! Luckily its a health condition and my insurance will cover it, but for people who aren't covered it hits the wallet big time. Anyways good luck Jake i find making my own UI to be the easiest so follow the writers tips for improving yours!
2-16-2010 @ 6:02PM
What about glasses?
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