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    Re: Dark Rides being a little too dark?

    I noticed it at the FL rides when we were there in Sept, but put it down to the bright sunlight. We started closing our eyes when the CM would lower the safety bar to start our pupils dilating before we entered the ride. It did seem to help.

    One CM watched us and said with a grin "It's really not THAT scary, you don't have to close your eyes." We explained & all had a good laugh.
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    Re: Dark Rides being a little too dark?

    I say its because you visted during the day. I visit mostly after dark and I don't think there is a problem but if they could brighten it during the day a little I think that your problem will be solved.
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    Re: Dark Rides being a little too dark?

    Just get Disney to turn off the sun.
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    Re: Dark Rides being a little too dark?

    At night it's just right! Maybe try wearing extra dark sun glasses on and take them off just as you round the first door past the ride operator.

    On Alice you can't help this because it goes back outside before going back inside. Thats why I tend to ride most things at night.
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    Re: Dark Rides being a little too dark?

    Only place where I'm "seeing" this issue is on Peter Pan, especially the flight over London. Seems to me though that the problem isn't the darkness, but I think the florescent paint needs a massive reapplication to better reflect the black light.

    Was on this weekend (after waiting in the daylight or course) and it was really hard to see the miniature city below.
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