Telegram: Global Settings

For advanced users, you can save your go-to render preferences with global settings. These time-saving settings can make a number of things happen by default when you run a /render, without typing them every time.

What is this stuff?

First get familiar with concepts, styles, samplers, and steps.

To set this up, type this command in your private bot.


So let’s say my favorite concept is 22h.  I can define it like this:

/settings /concept:22h

Now when I /render, it will always use 22h

/render a young woman in front of a cabin

See? It didn’t default to a photograph of a realistic woman as Stable Diffusion would do, it instead used my favorite paint model instead, without me having to type <22h> every time.

Careful with styles, which are room-specific

The global styles setting will fail if you didn’t recreate that style in each room. So make sure you copy your favorite style to the rooms you use, or your default will fail.  You’ll get a “no such style” or it will simply get ignored

We’ll remind you what your defaults are on every render

We’ll remind you what your defaults are by echoing your full prompt back at you, and you can see that prompt again by clicking into an image when it renders. But keep a mental note you did this, or you’ll confuse yourself:

When moving between themed rooms, like Anime Maker, your global setting will override the default. So instead of Anime, you’ll get a painting from OpenJourney.  In such a case, use the <av3> concept or whatever when /rendering there, or you can wipe your settings with the commands below.

How to turn all your global /settings off 

/settings /concept:none
/settings /style:none
/settings /sampler:random
/settings /steps:none
/settings /silent:off

Save a batch of settings as a preset

Towards the bottom of the settings you’ll see more options for saving “sets” of settings, so you can program a specific one for quick concepting, one for production, one for a specific visual style, and unique settings per concept if you’d like.

There’s no limit to the amount of sets you can create. We’re happy to oblige.