Can you Unblur text?

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Google Translate can be used as a proxy to view hidden or blurred text on a web page. This method takes advantage of the translation feature in Google Translate to reveal the full and translated version of a page, including any blurred or obscured text.

To unblur text using Google Translate, follow these steps:

1. Open your web browser and go to the web page containing the blurred text.

2. Copy the entire text that you want to unblur. This can be done by selecting the text and using the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+C (or Command+C on a Mac).

3. Open a new tab or window in your browser and visit the Google Translate website (

4. In the left text box on the Google Translate page, paste the copied text using the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+V (or Command+V on a Mac).

5. In the right text box, select the desired language into which you want the text to be translated. It can be the same language or a different one.

6. Once you have pasted the text and selected the language, Google Translate will automatically translate the text in the right text box. This translation will also reveal any previously blurred or hidden content.

7. You can now read the unblurred text in the translated version on the right side of the Google Translate page. If necessary, you can copy the unblurred text from Google Translate and paste it into a text editor or other application for further use.

It’s important to note that this method works best for simple cases of blurred text. If the text is heavily distorted or intentionally obfuscated, Google Translate may not be able to provide a clear translation. Additionally, this method only works for web pages where the blurred text is visible in the page source code but hidden using CSS or other techniques.

Google Translate can be used as a proxy to unblur text on a web page by copying the text, pasting it into Google Translate, and viewing the translated version. However, it is not a foolproof method and may not work in all cases.