mah jongg dimensions vision problems
It could be just my aging vision, but after playing mah jongg dimensions several times and more (it’s addiction) I have noticed that I see rows of flower symbol afterwards when I look around the room at some things. I do not know why. Has anyone else experienced this? I am not playing it anymore. The effect lasts for quite a while, but does go away after several hours. I have not had this happen after playing any other games.
Thanks for your replies. After image explains it! It does last quite a few hours.
I will not play it so many times in a row from now on. I use point and click so
it goes more slowly than someone with a touch screen, probably, so I linger
on the images longer than some. By the way, I have played Tri Peaks Solitaire
hundreds of times with no after image, ditto the jigsaw that I play once of
twice a day. As for Mah Jongg, as a newbie to that game I can get past
level two with only seconds left to attack level 3, once I had a whole minute and
a half! Hardly time to make much of a dent if at all on level 3. It’s that that
keeps me playing one after another game, but I really do not see how I
can beat Shannon’s posted score on game of the week. Is Shannon a
computer???? Oh, well, some did win that week. My 81-year-old eyes
and reflexes do the best they can! Once I did ask my ophthalmologist if
staring at a computer screen could hurt my eyes and his answer was “No,”.
I’ll ask about after images at my next appointment.
You’re right, that is called an after image. If you stare at red, the after image is green etc. that’s why surgeons generally wear green, the walls of operating rooms are usually green. Rest your eyes, use liquid tears and you may want to mention this the next time you have your eyes examined. I have had the same problem with yellow.
@oldasdirt You’re right Mahjongg Dimensions is addictive. I’ve never had what you’re experiencing happen, but my eyes do sometimes get very dry and then start to water so much I can’t keep playing. (That happens because you tend to blink less when playing.) You might want to take a break every couple of games to look out a window or at something further away to let your eyes readjust before you play again. You also might try adjusting the brightness level of your screen to see if that helps.
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10.12.17 6:27 PM