So recently I’ve been testing how I can get my prompt to be better effective in giving me what I want, and I, now at this point youre thinking this is absurd, but I got better completions after using ones outputted by the engines themselves, with minor editing.
For a few weeks I have been struggling to the engines to give me proper results, but I realized throught the experience, the “best of” setting is your friend, the frequency setting is your best friend, and temperature is your BESTEST FRIEND.
Literally the one digit above or below in temp made the difference between a proper output or garbage over creative nonsense. A few examples (two to three) are enough, and anything more would seem to confuse the engines. All three settings are extremely important in getting a proper output. I am now able to use Curie IS after being absolutely incapable of getting any decent output! But still more to learn! I have not totally mastered the outputs.
Which brings me to a new question, is there such a thing as a perfect prompt and perfect settings?