probably there is a good explanation for this, but i failed to find it anywhere.
I noticed (at least on 2.9) that the "amount" of bevel (via modifier) you can get on an on object after a boolean modifier is very limited, no matter the actual value set in amount. But if I swap the modifiers order, it behaves as I would expect. The reason for trying to have a bevel after a boolean was because I was trying to have a bevel on the new edges created after the "difference" operations.
As you can see in the pictures belove, the bevel is smaller/thinner if the bevel is applied after (but works on the new edges too), compared to how it looks if it is applied first.
Any reason for this behaviour? Thank you for your help.