for Midjourney V4
Force Western Arabic Numerals:
This tool will help you generate random (gibberish) prompts for Midjourney that will force Midjourney to perform an unguided generation in the latent space around the random input.
The prompts generated by this tool are not random combinations of words. They are random combinations of letters/symbols and numbers.
The tool supports the symbology of numerous languages. Not every language will have a specific/definable impact on Midjourney, but most will bias Midjourney towards certain types of outputs.
Exploration using these types of prompts is great for both inspiration and to better understand how Midjourney works.
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- For languages with complex/combinational forms, only a sampling of common symbols is included in the language set.
- As English uses a Latin Script, Extended Latin has minimal specific impact but can create a broader range of biases.
- While hundreds of Simplified Chinese symbols are included, the language is so complex and rich that only a fraction of the total symbol set is currently included.
- The specific impact of languages whose symbols overlap heavily with English (like Icelandic) can be unreliable in smaller prompts.
- Prompts will default to Western Arabic Numerals for languages without specific symbology for numerals. Removing numbers may work better for some languages (particularly for historical languages).
- In many languages, larger prompts (40+ symbols) will tend towards fake news articles and social media posts (MJ V4).
- Mongolian does appear to have a specific impact, but it is highly inconsistent.
- Due to encoding issues, it is unclear whether Slavic Cyrillic has a specific impact. Some biases are observable.
- Added HTTPS and auto-redirect to HTTPS.
- Added button to copy prompt to clipboard (which is why HTTPS was required).
- Changed the way guiding words work to ensure a better chance of the random prompt having influence.
- Tweaked UI to be more mobile friendly.
- Added support for the following languages: Hebrew, Bengali.
- Removed various languages that were having no observable impact on Midjourney V4.
- Added ability to use guiding words, with the intent of allowing colours or styles to be added without completely overwriting the randomness.
- Added warnings for potentially disruptive settings such as dashes and guiding words.
- Added custom spaces / word seperators for the following languages: Ge'ez (Ethiopic).
- Fixed an encoding bug that was preventing some languages from working as intended.
- Minor interface tweaks.