How to Create a Mouse Macro Using Glorious Core

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May 21, 2021

Macros are incredibly important customization tools for both productivity and gaming. They allow you to bind software functions to a specific button on your mouse, and you can chain multiple functions together so they can be performed instantaneously.

Our Glorious Core software suite allows you to easily record macros and apply them to a button on your mouse. Setting up new functions can be overwhelming for first-time users, but this handy guide will walk you through the steps of setting up macros through the Glorious Core software.

Before we begin, you will need to download the Glorious Core software utility. This program can be downloaded by clicking here. Once downloaded, open the file and run the installer. Now, you should be able to open up the app and it will automatically detect your compatible Glorious peripherals.

Currently, the Model O Wireless is the only mouse in our arsenal to support Glorious Core macro functionality. However, we do plan to release more mice down the line with Core support.

 

Follow These Steps to Create a Macro in Glorious Core

1. Select Key Binding.

2. Select Macro.

3. Select whichever button you want to add the macro to. Ex. Left Button, Right Button, Etc.

4. Select the drop-down menu and choose New Macro.

5. Select which type of macro you want to record Ex. No Repeat, Toggle, Repeat While Holding.

6. Select Record.

Macros are incredibly important customization tools for both productivity and gaming. They allow you to bind software functions to a specific button on your mouse, and you can chain multiple functions together so they can be performed instantaneously.

Our Glorious Core software suite allows you to easily record macros and apply them to a button on your mouse. Setting up new functions can be overwhelming for first-time users, but this handy guide will walk you through the steps of setting up macros through the Glorious Core software.

Before we begin, you will need to download the Glorious Core software utility. This program can be downloaded by clicking here. Once downloaded, open the file and run the installer. Now, you should be able to open up the app and it will automatically detect your compatible Glorious peripherals.

Currently, the Model O Wireless is the only mouse in our arsenal to support Glorious Core macro functionality. However, we do plan to release more mice down the line with Core support.

 

Follow These Steps to Create a Macro in Glorious Core

1. Select Key Binding.

2. Select Macro.

3. Select whichever button you want to add the macro to. Ex. Left Button, Right Button, Etc.

4. Select the drop-down menu and choose New Macro.

5. Select which type of macro you want to record Ex. No Repeat, Toggle, Repeat While Holding.

6. Select Record.

Guide to setting up macros in Glorious Core

7. Select Start Record and perform your macro. When done, select Stop Recording.

8. Select Save in the window.

7. Select Start Record and perform your macro. When done, select Stop Recording.

8. Select Save in the window. 

Process of setting up wireless mouse macros in Glorious Core

9. Select Save again.

9. Select Save again.

Model O Wireless mouse setup in Glorious Core

Comments

JD:

The software should allow you to manually create macros instead of only being able to record them. It is only user friendly for the entry level use of macro recording. The previous Model O software was actually better in that it allowed you to manually change inputs. Please implement that feature!

January 20, 2022

petr:

dobre macro

January 11, 2022

pregamee:

guys the issue we’re all having can be resolved! after recording the macro all you have to do is slide the (ms) bar displaying HOW LONG U HELD THE KEY AND SHRINK IT TO ITS MINIMUM OF 5MS, then put repeat while holding. There will now be no delay or multifunction.

December 02, 2021

Harry:

Please add a function where we can manually enter the macros we want, thanks

December 01, 2021

josh:

its nice but way too much time consuming.. for example i use the macro to enter a line of commands in a game console but when i record my keystroke, if i want them to write the commands as fast as possible i have to go and adjust every single keystroke manually in the timeline.

November 24, 2021

riley:

riley

October 11, 2021

tre:

gg

October 04, 2021

smsking:

just make it so that i can write a macro instead of recording please this program is so bad

September 20, 2021

Shawn Garneau:

this is cool

August 09, 2021

ben hail:

it registers the left click i use to stop the macro plx fix

July 30, 2021

Monique S McKenzie:

hi

July 14, 2021

Franchesca Williams:

1.000

July 12, 2021

Lucas:

I did that and put the setting to repeat while holding and now it won’t stop ive wiped my pc and tried to delete the macro but nothing is working and the macro is still clicking no matter what i try to do do you have any advice on how i can fix this issue?

July 12, 2021

hardboiledegg:

old interface is better because you can remove the input delay much faster

July 07, 2021

B:

I have the new gmmk pro. Is it possible to create a macro to put the workstation in sleep mode?
I tried to record the marco, but when typing in the macro Win+ , then U, S, pc goes to sleep and the gmmk pro doesnt record the macro for sleep. Thanks.

July 01, 2021

Sxcn.:

NEED MACROS

June 21, 2021

gxmi:

Does this software work with the Model D yet? if anyone can let me know it’d be greatly appreciated

June 11, 2021

relleK:

When I create a macro I’m unable to change the runtime/duration of the input. I’ve tried Toggle,repeat on hold and the other options listed. But all I want is to make it so my recorded macro ends sooner.
(ie, my macro is my F button for 35ms, problem being the macro duration total is 900ms… So I can’t have a macro that repeats fast enough to be useful without manually spamming the key and at that point I may as well not use a macro at all…)
The old Software with my wired Model D was great because I could add and remove items without having to record, and I could adjust the timings and duration total. Now it feels like I need to Record the macro, adjust timings and then I’m unable to change to duration total time. Please fix this by simply adding the list style back to the UI, or letting me drag back or input the total timeline duration to how long I want it to be.

I hope this makes sense, thanks

May 24, 2021

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