Since the Update to the game and GSE whenever I get into combat and press my macro button to let it fire automatically my framerate drops from 80+ frames to less than 10 and stutters along til I release the button then it goes right back to 80+.
Macros all worked fine til this update never had an issue with lag before til now!!
All my macros have many command lines and I run them at 5ms. I use exactly the probability system, which the old macro did much better than this one. I understand that, for certain macros, of certain classes, where you can make a very linear macro with few priorities, this new model is better. but my macros were chaotic, huge and fast.Will i have to create 1 block for each command line 200 times? I strongly believe that, when moving so abruptly between versions, an option to go back to the simpler version is very important.
I use Razer with key delays ranging from 0ms-100ms, depending on the macro. I can use the key repeat feature of my razer devices without issue, if I am not using a GSE macro. But when I try to use a GSE Macro, my game freezes. I just tried it without the key presses from razer and it runs through without issue.
Do you have any ideas on how to remedy this? I had a clot in my jugular a while back and am not able to move my hand/fingers as fast as I used to. And mashing one button really tires out my hand/arm
Slow your MS down. GSE2 dropped a lot of clicks. GSE3 doesn’t. As a result you are flooding WoW’s input Queue simply because you are spamming your commands too fast and lagging yourself to death. To the snowflake running at 5 MS you are a special kind all of your own. You are lucky if you are not DC’ing yourself. I would suggest not running under 250ms.
BTW both GSE and WoW 9.1 changed in the macro api and how macros are processed.
Changed to 250ms do improve quite a bit, FPS drop decreased to ~10 (from 60 to 45-ish)
Also thank you to let us know that GSE2 dropped a lot of clicks, there are many popular macro suggesting running at 100ms, might as well turn the ms down further more to find a sweet spot going forward.