Photoshop: Radial Blur filter dialog interface is not displaying correctly

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After last Photoshop update the radial blur filter inteface seems corrupted
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Massimo Massa

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Chris Cox

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Something on your system is corrupting the measurement of fonts or other UI elements.

Do you have a utility installed that modifies the drawing of the system UI?
Do you have any third party plugins installed? Have you tried disabling them?

What version of Photoshop are you using?
What OS version?
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Massimo Massa

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Do you have a utility installed that modifies the drawing of the system UI?

No, absolutely not.

Do you have any third party plugins installed?
Yes. AKVIS e Nik Collection. The second one is in conflict with CameraRaw so I have disabled "Selective Tool".

Have you tried disabling them?
Yes, but without any variation. Blur filter remain the same... (I started with the shift key)

What version of Photoshop are you using?
14.2.1
What OS version?
10.9.2
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Do you have the latest Nik plug-ins installed? https://support.google.com/nikcollect...

You can find out the version you have installed by launching Photoshop:

On Mac: Select Photoshop>About Plug-in>(Select the Plug-in name)...

On Windows: Select Help>About Plug-in>(Select the Plug-in name)...

The latest version of Nik plug-ins should fix the Camera Raw conflict. It may also fix this issue.
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Massimo Massa

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I have updated Nik plug-in but neither Camera Raw nor Radial Blur issue were solved