So since there are not that many Mistweaver macro’s available i went for it and made this little baby. please note its still a work in progress and i still need to figure out how to add [Essence Font] without channeling to it. but for now it works for me.
Also please note:
I put [Summon Jade Serpent] on a separate keybind using : /cast [@cursor] Summon Jade Serpent Statue
As said [Essence Font] is on a separate keybind for now using:
/cast Essence Font
which seems to be working for now.
Decided to make a functioning mouseover Mistweaver macro that works and wont burn trough mana as quickly.
I added [@mouseover,channeling: Soothing Mist] to prevent Vivify and Enveloping mist to be cast outside soothing mist making them always instant casts.
Note: put Summon jade statue on a seperate keybinding using: /cast [@cursor] Summon Jade Serpent Statue for ease of use. note : Also put essence font on a seperate macro (see lazymacro’s for it)
This macro contains 1 macro version. This Sequence was exported from GSE 2.4.02.
I tested this macro, not bad 22k HPS in Mythic Uldir (370ilvl geared) and compare to my own macro runs similars output meter.
I removed Dampen Harm from the macro as moved into a standalone “Oh Crap” Macro contain Dampen Harm, Healthstone, Forifying Brew. Everything runs very good and I also have 2 different macros for Essence Font and Revival using my Logitech g502 keybinded.
I used /cast [@player] Summon Jade Serpent Statue in PreMacro section automatically set down Jade Serpent Statue everytime i get into combat.
in the main tab of your macro’s (/m) then binding it to a healbot key solved the problem of not resetting it for me. Hope it helps
[quote quote=68144]Is EM clipping SM for you guys as well? Seems to be doing it only in raid for some odd reason.
It starts casting SM but clips it with either Vivify or EM. When I mouseover myself it cast as it should.[/quote]
nope didnt notice that yet., but will take a look at it
you are you using a healbot (kind) of healing bars?
you used the macro earlier in the threat? #showtooltip
/click [button:2] MW_ST RightButton; [button:3] MW_ST MiddleButton; [button:4] MW_ST Button4; [button:5] MW_ST Button5; MW_ST