This addon requires TensorCore! Make sure you have that installed from the Minion store.
For optimal performance, you must set your pulse rate to 50ms or lower. As such, this addon by default will set your pulse rate to 50. You can disable this in TensorWeeb > Options > High Performance Mode. You also need to have less than 80 ping if you want high parses.
TensorWeeb is an extremely optimized PvE Samurai Shadowbringers combat routine that is highly customizable and intended for high-level play. It is the best ACR on the market. With optimal gear, it is effortless to parse and rank in the top 30. My testers even reached rank 1 with this ACR and with minimal interaction.
TensorWeeb also features an innovative hotbar that will allow you to control the acr exactly how you want to. You press the button, it uses the skill. Knockback coming in? Simply press the arm's length button, and you will be good to go. TensorWeeb will weave the ability as soon as possible without interrupting your rotation, all at the click of a button. No more spamming the ability and fighting with the ACR. It just works.
Some more notable features to TensorWeeb:
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Positional Indicator Mode - There are 4 options: None, Arrows, Text Box, Argus. Argus positionals will require Argus, and draw a cone for where you have to be. Note: Once you have resized and placed your arrows, please enable the “Lock Positional Indicator” option.
Maximum Tsubame Drift Per 60s - THIS IS ONLY FOR ADVANCED SPEEDKILLERS! Do NOT touch these options if you aren't in a top 10 speedkill group on sam, because you WILL cripple your parse!. This will set the maximum tsubame drift per 60s when rush meikyo is on. Feel free to increase or decrease this value to get weeb to do the rotation that works for your speedkill group.
High Performance Mode - Removes the 50ms pulse limit. If this option is on, the pulse rate can never go higher than 50 (it can still be set lower). If this option is off, then the pulse can go higher than 150. For optimal performance, leave this toggle on, otherwise you will get small rotation issues due to things getting detected too late and missing cooldown windows!
You can right click on inidividual options here to reset them to default, you can also right click on the options tab itself to reset everything in the tab to default. The same can be done for QT Settings and Hotbar settings, and with qt/hotbar settings, you can also restore default position in case you change resolutions and toggles go off-screen.
Here are all the toggles that you will be most frequently interacting with:
The green/red toggles are your normal Quick Toggles, or QT for short.
The Opener toggle is XIVOpeners, another addon that I made, which is free and open source. It provides customizable openers with a little bit of lua knowledge. All optimal openers are provided in XIVOpeners. You can find the download link here, and for more information click here.
The Slide/Stutter/Off toggles are from TensorDrift, sold separately in the store. Highly recommend using TensorDrift with this ACR, it works extremely well and makes QoL a lot better for midare/bana.
Quick Toggles are buttons that you can quickly toggle options on/off with. All of these can be fully customized, including hotkeyed.
CD - Toggles off Tsubame, Meikyo, Senei, and Guren
AoE - Toggling this off will only do the Single Target rotation even if there are multiple mobs in front of you. Useful for invuln add phases and focusing single adds down.
Smart AOE - Uses pixel perfect aoe calculation to determine optimal target to use AOE on, such that it will hit the most mobs.
Burn Kenki - Normally, Weeb will hold around 20-30 kenki in case you need jumps. It will also begin pooling kenki for Senei if that's coming up shortly. Enabling this toggle will bypass all of that and dump kenki asap. Useful for when boss is almost dead and you want to get that last couple of shinten in.
Hold Kenki - Opposite of burn kenki, this will instead hold all of your kenki and will not use any kenki skills outside of kaiten. Useful for phases where you want to pool kenki, like e8s add phase. This will also hold shoha!
Hold Sen - This will hold all sen gauge. Essentially it will disable midare, bana, and goken. Useful for phases where you want to hold, like e8s add phase. Note: In some situations, this may drift meikyo and/or cause sen overwrite.
Third Eye - This will toggle automatic Argus third eye on or off.
Fillers - This will toggle hagakure usage on/off. Useful for phases where you know you don't need to filler, like e8s add phase.
Jumps - Toggles auto argus uptime jumps on/off. Note: Feature is not yet implemented, so currently this toggle does nothing
Omni - If the boss is omnipositional (doesn't have positional requirements, big circle boss), then enabling this toggle will disable positional hit kenki simulation, positional drawing, and true north.
Midare First - This will shift priorities such that doing the natural opener with weeb will do the balance Midare First opener. By default, weeb will do the bana first opener. Note: Disable this toggle once the opener is over
Cursed - This will shift priorities such that doing the natural opener with weeb will do the balance Cursed opener. By default, weeb will do the bana first opener. Note: Disable this toggle once the opener is over
Rush Meikyo - THIS IS ONLY FOR ADVANCED SPEEDKILLERS! Do NOT touch these options if you aren't in a top 10 speedkill group on sam, because you WILL cripple your parse!. Normally Weeb will prioritize drifting meikyo to keep tsubame on cd. However, if this option is turned on, it will swap those priorities and drift tsubame to keep meikyo on CD. This will obviously pose an issue if tsubame gets drifted out of the fight, so to keep the timings in check, an additional option has been added to the options menu for controlling max tsubame drift per 60s. Tip: You can adjust this value on the fly with TensorReactions, such as setting it to 0 to align with a 6:30 burst.
Additionally, everything about the qt toggles can be customized as shown (the options are pretty self explanatory)
Hotbar is pretty straightforward. You press the button, it'll light up to show that it's enabled, and disables itself once the acr casts the ability. It's a replacement to casting abilities manually and fighting the ACR. Simply press the button once and the ACR will use that ability ASAP without messing up the rotation. As a high-level raider, I find these much more useful than the typical automated reactions system.
Hotbar will also show the cooldown of the ability, so you don't need to look at your actual ffxiv hotbar for the cooldown.
As with quick toggles, everything about the hotbars can be extensively customized.
Run Speed/Reaction Speed - These currently don't do anything.