Sorry to jump into a private row, but the original question was about the use of CS in the eyes. No one here has a great deal of empirical evidence on CS in general let alone on the use of salt once CS has been brewed. I think it's generally accepted that salt shouldn't be added to water while making CS as it leads to the formation of silver chlorides, what you are arguing over (at least initially) is whether salt (saline solution) can be added to CS later. As no one can give any empirical or scientific evidence one way or another all you can do is give your own opinion (hopefully making clear that's all it is) or give some form of references for any claims you make (while realising the vast quantity of BS on the internet) and trust people to make up their own minds. There isn't really any point in arguing over whose opinion is best or spinning out a thread with personal criticisms and attacks, indeed its detrimental to the help provided by this forum.
Personally while I don't know anything about the efficacy or efficiency of CS in saline as opposed to CS on its own for the eyes, I would go with CS on its own for that reason & because of the above noted fact about the formation of silver chloride in the brewing of CS (though I'd suspect that the quantities would be small). However this is purely a personal opinion.