Text Generation
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    Article summary

    With Midjourney Version 6, you can use double quotation marks (") around words or phrases in your prompts to specify text you want to appear in your images.

    • When using Midjourney Version 6, you can use "quotation marks" to indicate parts of your prompt you want to appear in your image as text: a cyberpunk cat with a neon sign that says "Midjourney".
    • Single quote marks/apostrophes won't work--Midjourney only recognizes "words and phrases in double quotations" as text that should appear in the resulting image.
    • Text generation is supported for standard Latin alphabet (English) characters. Shorter words and phrases are more likely to be generated accurately.
    • If you're having trouble generating the exact word or phrase in your prompt, try using --style raw or lower Stylize values, or try using Vary Region to correct small issues.



    Examples

    /imagine prompt: a cyberpunk cat with a neon sign that says "Midjourney"

    image of a cyberpunk cat with its paws on a neon sign that reads 'Midjourney,' generated with Midjourney using the prompt 'a cyberpunk cat with a neon sign that says 'Midjourney'

    /imagine prompt: a pastel watercolor landscape with "/imagine" written in the clouds

    a watercolor landscape with pine trees, pastel clouds, and the phrase '/imagine' in a dark stylized font in the middle, genered with Midjourney using the prompt `a pastel watercolor landscape with the phrase '/imagine' written in the clouds'

    /imagine prompt: a cartoon drawing of a manual with the words "read the docs" in big text on the pages

    a cartoon drawing of a man's hands holding an open book with 'read the docs' spelled out across the top of two pages, generated with Midjourney using the prompt 'a cartoon drawing of a manual with the words 'read the docs' in big text on the pages