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    I have had absolutely no problems going from the room temp developer to blix without a stop bath. Make sure you're using Kodak papers. Don't use a safelight either. From my experience if it's bright enough to see what you're doing with the safelight, you're fogging the paper. I have had more success with a limited amount of white light filtering into the darkroom. It's enough to see what I'm doing and doesn't noticeably fog the paper.

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    And what is a blix capacity that will ensure stability of my images? I feel like I'm pushing mine but I have no idea...

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    The test is really for the quality of the fix portion of the blix and the wash. If you test the paper using a retained hypo and retained silver test kit, this should give you some sort of assurance.

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