Settings and Presets
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    Article Summary

    The /settings command provides toggle buttons for common options like model version, style value, quality value, and upscaler version. Settings also has toggles for the /stealth and /public commands.


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    Parameters added to the end of a prompt will override selections made using /settings.



    Model Version Dropdown

    Select the Midjourney Model Version to use when generating images. Use The Latest Model is the default selection and will always use the newest Midjourney Model Version.

    Use the latest Model (V5.2) 5️⃣ Mjourney Model V5.2 5️⃣ Mjourney Model V5.1 🍎 Niji Model V5 5️⃣ Mjourney Model V5.0 🌈 Niji Model V4 4️⃣ Mjourney Model V4 3️⃣ Mjourney Model V3 2️⃣ Mjourney Model V2 1️⃣ Mjourney Model V1

    Style Raw Parameter

    Midjourney Model Versions 5.1, 5.2, 6, and Niji 6 can be fine-tuned with the --style raw parameter to reduce the Midjourney default aesthetic. This toggle is not available if other model versions are selected.

    πŸ”§ Raw Mode

    Stylize Parameter

    The Midjourney Bot has been trained to produce images that favor artistic color, composition, and forms. The --stylize or --s parameter influences how strongly this training is applied. Low stylization values produce images that closely match the prompt but are less artistic. High stylization values create images that are very artistic but less connected to the prompt.

    πŸ–ŒοΈ Stylize Low πŸ–ŒοΈ Stylize Med πŸ–ŒοΈ Stylize High πŸ–ŒοΈ Stylize Very High

    Stylize Low = --s 50, Stylize Med = --s 100, Stylize High = --s 250, Stylize Very High = --s 750,

    Public and Stealth Mode

    Toggle between Public and Stealth modes. Corresponds to the /public and /stealth commands.

    πŸ§β€β™‚οΈPublic

    Remix Mode

    Use Remix mode to change prompts, parameters, model versions, or aspect ratios between variations. Remix will take the general composition of your starting image and use it as part of the new Job. Remixing can help change the setting or lighting of an image, evolve a subject, or achieve tricky compositions.

    πŸŽ›οΈ Remix

    High and Low Variation Mode

    Toggle between High Variation and Low Variation mode.

    🎨 High Variation Mode 🎨 Low Variation Mode

    Sticky Style

    Sticky Style will save the last --style code parameter used in your personal suffix, so you don't have to repeat the code on future prompts. Change codes by using a new --style or unselecting Sticky Style.

    πŸ“Œ Sticky Style


    Turbo, Fast, and Relax Mode

    Toggle between Turbo, Fast and Relaxed modes. Corresponds to the /turbo, /fast, and /relax commands and the --turbo, --fast, and --relax parameters.

    ⚑ Turbo Mode πŸ‡ Fast Mode 🐒 Relax Mode

    Reset Settings

    Return to default settings.

    Reset Settings


    Custom Preferences

    Create custom options using prefer commands to add commonly used parameters to the end of prompts automatically.
    /prefer option Create or manage a custom option.
    /prefer option list View your current custom options.
    /prefer suffix specify a suffix to add to the end of every prompt.

    Automatically Direct Message Results

    Use /prefer auto_dm to turn on or off automatic sending of finished jobs to your Direct Message.


    Prefer Option

    /prefer option set <name> <value> command allows you to create a custom shortcut, adding multiple parameters or text snippets to your prompts.

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    /prefer option set mine --chaos 5 --aspect 2:3 creates an option called "mine" that contains the chaos and aspect ratio parameter.

    PreferOptionSet_Used.jpg

    Using /imagine prompt vibrant California poppies --mine, is interpreted as /imagine prompt vibrant California poppies --chaos 5 --aspect 2:3.


    /prefer option list list all options created with prefer option set. Users can have up to 20 custom options.

    PreferOptionList.png

    To delete a custom option, use /prefer option set <name to delete> and leave the value field blank.



    Prefer Suffix

    /prefer suffix automatically appends the specified suffix after all prompts.
    Use the /settings command and select Reset Settings to clear a preferred suffix.

    Command example: /prefer suffix --uplight --video

    Only Parameters can be used with /prefer suffix,
    prefer suffix --no orange is accepted
    prefer suffix orange::-1 is not accepted