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Widget background blur

In my inventory system I want make the background more blurry, so it is easier to see the actual slots and items. I know this effect is possible in ue4 4.15 but my level is in 4.14 and I don't want to update this particular level. Is it possible to recreate this effect without having to update the level? The effect is noticeable in Rust for example:

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asked Jul 28 '18 at 04:54 AM in Blueprint Scripting

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assuming your background there is from the camera and not just a static image you should be able to do it with a post process effect. I'm not certain, but I think there was a blur effect the content examples project.

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answered Jul 28 '18 at 06:28 AM

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avatar image Alec R Jul 28 '18 at 07:59 PM

How would I do that?

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