Could the following sentence be considered correct when comparing two or more subjects?
It's visually more distinct.
I'm aware that you can rewrite the sentence like this:
It's, visually, more distinct.
But, the pauses feel unnatural.
It's more visually distinct.
This just feels wrong, even if it's technically not.
It's more distinct, visually.
However, 'distinct' can be ambiguous; so, I'd rather have the adjective 'visually' come before it.
I'd also be interested in if there's a particular rule I can read more about that determines whether the first use ('visually more distinct') is correct or not.