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As it says in the linked thread, Minimum Blur and Maximum Blur are not available as live filters (so they’re destructive).

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6 hours ago, Alfred said:

As it says in the linked thread, Minimum Blur and Maximum Blur are not available as live filters (so they’re destructive).

In a post from 2015 they listed the filters, and they're there. I think they changed... It means, no more Minimum and Maximum blur, right?

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Look instead under the "Filters > Blur > ..." menu option to find and see them, since those don't reside under live filters.

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