Yes she is... Both eyes seem fully functional when open.
Good to hear. I had a male with a club foot fall and rupture his eye, which ended up looking similar to your pics. Since she can see I would now guess the eyelid is out of place. Hopefully the vitamin A will make a difference, but for now, I would recommend swinging by Rite-Aid for some Bausch and Laumb's Sterile Eye Wash. It will help clean and soothe the irritated eye(s) until you decide what to do vet-wise.
So are you saying that the 'eye-bulging' action that is normally written off as normal cleaning behaviour for the cham, is actually a response by them due to the irritation of water getting into their eyes? That in fact, they would prefer not to get the water in their eyes, and that they can clean their eyes perfectly well without spraying them down?While a good rain or mist may cause water to get into a chameleons eye, it is NOT the means by which they keep their eyes clean, and in fact can introduce foreign substances into the eye. That they may rub and wipe after a good shower is only their attempt to get water etc out, but again, is not how they clean their eyes, no more than you or I hose or rain out our eyes daily.