Things that will fall under this tag:
- Prompt is incomplete or will in no way lead to anything near the image and is missing an inpainting/editing tag. When in doubt, don't use the tag.
Things that will not fall under this tag:
- Prompt is missing
- You can't reproduce the image exactly using the prompt. If it's believable, there is no reason to tag this.
- The prompt does not lead directly to the image but is required for later inpainting or editing.
- Prompt has only 2 words but somehow includes many different objects that would never show up without a prompt.
- Prompt contains details of a different image.
- Some dummy posted both the negative and positive prompts in a single box and now it is hard to determine where the positive stops and the negative ends.
I believe this will clean up the has:prompt filter.
Thoughts? Is this too subjective for a meta tag? Any other guidelines it would need to follow to be effective? Does this need to be split into multiple tags?