Strengthening & Weakening Vectors

You can control the AI’s finer focus during a generation by encasing the text you want to emphasize or weaken with { } for strength, and [ ] for weakening.

This works both in the Text Prompt and in the Undesired Content field.

Example

cat on a {{{pink}}} cherry blossom tree

How it works

The weight of AI focus will be multiplied by 1.05 if you enclose the tags or text you want the AI to focus on more with { and }.

The weight of AI focus will be divided by 1.05 if you enclose the tags or text you want the AI to focus on less with [ and ].

Multiple { or [ inside another will multiply the weight each time, so {{ would result in the enclosed part of the prompt being weighted by 1.1025.

Goose Tip: Don't get confused when using Strengthening and Weakening in the Undesired Content field. There, words in between { } will be more avoided more, and words between [ ] will be avoided less!

Note

If you strengthen and weaken multiple times in the middle of a prompt you need to close it with an equal amount of symbols. Otherwise you can forgo counting, simply by putting your selection to emphasize/weaken at the very end of your prompt.

Example: cat on a cherry blossom tree, may generate a occasional greenery, or the cat in the grass, in front of a tree.

cat on a {{{pink}}} cherry blossom tree focuses the AI on a pink composition through emhasis.

cat on a cherry blossom tree, {{{pink focuses the AI on a pink composition, and you do not have to count the closing amount to emphazise.

If you use emphasis and weakening extensively, they can overpower everything else in your prompt, resulting in strange outputs, riddeled with artifacts and other weird depictions. In spite of this, experimentation may yield some interesting results.

Example: cat on a cherry blossom tree, {{{{{{{{{{{{{{{{pink causes strange artifacts and pink to leak into our cat.