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What happened to the original Firefly from a year ago?

Community Beginner ,
Jun 29, 2024 Jun 29, 2024

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I made some absolutely beautiful text from driftwood, for example, but can't get anything like that now, and Firefly can't even keep the spelling right with the various suggestions. I find this completely unusable now! What happened, or what am I missing?

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Community Beginner , Jun 30, 2024 Jun 30, 2024

THANK YOU, everyone. I was able to find this feature again in Adobe Express' Text Effects!! Again, thanks sooooo much for responding!!! -- I'm happy again!  🙂

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Jun 29, 2024 Jun 29, 2024

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Hello @johnr74194624,

Thank you for your message. I am sorry you are having this problem. 

 

While it has gotten better, Firefly (and most other AI image generators) is generally not good at putting exact text from a prompt into an image. Sometimes it is perfect, but usually, it does not get it right.  Please see this article on why generating text in AI image generators is hard:

If AI image generators are so smart, why do they struggle to write and count?

 

So, what to do?

 

There are basically two options. The first is Text Effects in Adobe express. That allows you to use a prompt to create an effect applied to specific text you provide.

 

I was able to create the word "Driftwood" constructed with driftwood:

droopydog500_6-1719696840777.png

Resulting file:

Driftwood.png

The second way is to create the letters into an image (just to get the shape and form of the letters) and use that image as a structure reference. Structure reference (I just chose a bold font; can select whatever font you want):

droopydog500_3-1719696737860.png

Result:

droopydog500_7-1719697166856.png

letters made of driftwood on white background 

 

Hope this helps.

My best,
    droopy

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THANK YOU, everyone. I was able to find this feature again in Adobe Express' Text Effects!! Again, thanks sooooo much for responding!!! -- I'm happy again!  🙂

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