Software & Lighting
When you plug the Model D into your computer it will automatically be recognized and will work no problem. But if you want to do any customization you’ll need to download the Glorious Model D software. Once you have the software downloaded and installed the main screen shows an overview of the mouse where you can remap the six buttons on the mouse. As far as what you can remap the buttons to you can select from all of the different mouse buttons, multimedia controls, a macro, or a DPI lock (sniper button). On the right side you’ll see your DPI settings with corresponding colors. You can enable six different DPI levels.
For those wondering about Macros, the Macro Editor allows you to record and save macros pretty easily.
Right under your DPI settings you’ll find the lighting section. Here you can select eight different lighting modes for the mouse as well as turn the lights completely off. There are no separate lighting zones on the mouse so the effect you set goes across the entire mouse. The lighting on the mouse is great and really sets it off in my opinion.
Other settings that you can change with the software are lift off distance, polling rate, and denounce time.